Category Archives: Religion

How does your leader affect your business—lessons from TOMS shoes

By Katy Snyder, JVA Consulting Many nonprofits have very visible, charismatic leaders. In the wake of the Komen debacle, and the public scrutiny of leader Nancy G. Brinker’s personal life, it seems that increased scrutiny of charity leaders and their … Continue reading

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Raise a Guinness to social enterprise

By Sarah Hidey, JVA Consulting Guinness—the beer of all beers and staple of any Irish pub. Millions of people around the world love Guinness—demonstrated by the 1.8 billion glasses consumed each year (that’s 10 million a DAY!). What most of … Continue reading

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JVA’s News You Can Use, 2/4

Welcome to JVA Consulting’s new blog! Each Monday, we will share with you the latest news in the nonprofit sector, as well as interesting headlines that affect the world we live and work in. JuvJustice, 1/31 According to recent studies, … Continue reading

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