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Diversity helps nonprofits accomplish more when staff from different backgrounds can connect

By Brad R. Fulton, Associate Professor of Nonprofit Management, Indiana University
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When staff members learn how to acknowledge and talk about their social differences, nonprofits can get better at developing strategies, forming alliances and mobilizing people, a recent study found.The Conversation

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