LeBron James, Derek Jeter, Peyton Manning, Karli Lloyd, Sylvia Fowles…you most likely know their names, and you watch them play, but how do they lead their team to victory? In professional sports, developing a performance management system might seem less challenging than creating one in your nonprofit organization. It seems pretty cut and dry, right? The team either wins and loses.

The nonprofit sector is far from different. Winning may result in a high profile, better funding, and stronger connections, while losses usually result in less funding, poor program quality, and diminished overall capacity. Your team needs to train, review, and evaluate their past performance. Staff need the right equipment to be successful. Excellent communication skills across the organization ensures everyone knows their play. And remember, EVERYONE has a bad game, once in a while.

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