Executive Recruitment and Transition Planning

executive recruitment and transition planning

Executive Recruitment and transition planning is not always thought of together. I was speaking to a Fortune 100 company executive who after several years with the organization announced their retirement.  I asked how the company was planning for this change in leadership. They responded, “That process was defined in the first 90 days of when […]

Malignant Melanoma Awareness Month: Carved Beauty

carved female leg

TRIGGER WARNING: This story contains photos of surgical results from Malignant Melanoma, which may trigger you to run to the dermatologist for a checkup. No, I am not sorry if it means one person is saved, please read on. It was just a little bit of a spot. It had been there since I slipped […]

Harvest Development Group Recruitment for Middlesex United Way President and CEO

Photograoh of Shawonda Swain

We were honored to managed the recruitment for Middlesex United Way’s new President and CEO.  Following a nationwide search, the Board of Directors named Shawonda Swain as their new President and CEO. We take a collaborative approach when working with our clients throughout each stage of the recruitment process.  By meeting with key stakeholders we […]

Scott Selig shares nonprofit knowledge and experience across the world!

Scott Selig, Harvest’s Vice President of Business Development had the privilege recently to share his nonprofit knowledge and experience across the world! Scott was invited to participate in meetings with members of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship program. The fellowship is a prestigious program enhancing leadership among international professionals, collaborating to address local and global […]

C.R.I.B. Notes

C.R.I.B. Notes: 10 Steps critical to launching (or enhancing) a Comprehensive, Responsive, Integrated, Balanced fundraising program. More frequently, nonprofits are taking a step back and evaluating their fundraising programs. Philanthropy has become an essential income line for nonprofit organizations. No longer is it looked upon as an “Oh, and we have fundraising, whatever it brings […]

SHIFT: Meeting Corporate Philanthropy Where It’s Headed- Corporate Social Responsibility

What is Corporate Social Responsibility? And more importantly, why is it an important part of our conversation in discussing our relationship with corporate partners in philanthropy? The reality is that Corporate Social Responsibility is an emerging field. It is a very broad and evolving area of development for corporations and not for profits alike, a new terrain for which maps are […]

SHIFT: Meeting Corporate Philanthropy Where It’s Headed- Influencers: NPO

INFLUENCES ON THE NOT FOR PROFIT SECTOR The recession was a wake up call. Many nonprofits were left high and dry when their sole funding stream, gov’t line items, grants or contracts, began to disappear. Many scrambled to pressure the feds, others sought funding elsewhere. Some sadly closed up or, if they were lucky, merged […]