How can nonprofits and charitable organizations innovate their way toward new and exciting possibilities? My new book Innovation for Social Change: How Wildly Successful Nonprofits Inspire and Deliver Results, explores just that.

If you are involved in the great work of nonprofits, be sure to check it out.

Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Target, and Walmart.

Read Leah's Latest Blog Posts:

How Do You Spark Innovation with Your Nonprofit Team?

How do we help great ideas bubble up? New insights are hovering around us at all times, and yet do we give voice to them, coax them out into the open, or follow through on them? Does our workplace empower us to explore them?

Four Key Traits of Nonprofit Innovators

As I researched nonprofit leaders and innovators for my recent book, Innovation for Social Change, I noticed four key traits of nonprofit innovators. The good news: these are traits that any of us can sharpen with some intentionality and practice.

How Do We Make Decisions when the Head and Heart are at Odds?

Are you one of those people, like me, who analyzes a decision to death? Who makes T-bar lists of pros and cons for every decision? Yet, as economist Russ Roberts points out in his new book Wild Problems: A Guide to the Decisions That Define Us, often the pros and cons are not fully visible. We can’t rationalize our way through every problem. Life is messy and unpredictable. What kind of thinking can help us when we are wrestling with questions.

Leah Kral is an expert facilitator and author who helps nonprofits innovate and further social change.