happy-healthy-real-bookHere are some articles and guest blog posts written by Beth Kanter and Aliza Sherman pertaining to the book.

Updating the Nonprofit Work Ethic – Stanford Social Innovation Review
How nonprofit leaders can protect themselves and their staff from burnout and achieve higher, more sustainable organizational performance.

Four Smart Ways to Avoid Burnout for Nonprofit Professionals – Guidestar
We’ve all heard the advice on a plane to “put your oxygen mask on first,” but we roll our eyes and call it cliché. That simple statement is probably the most powerful piece of advice you’ll ever hear about the importance of taking care of yourself first above all others.

An Anti-Burnout Training – Anti Burnout Training: A Story From Beth Kanter on
As a trainer in the nonprofit sector for past 25 years, my book writing naturally leads to new curriculum for the development of nonprofit professionals. I was thrilled to be able to pilot a new workshop based on my book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Impact Without Burnout.

The Critical Need for Self-Care in Our Work – The Huffington Post by Aliza Sherman
Working for a nonprofit that has limited resources can be a pressure cooker. But what if your organization’s culture encouraged you, and everyone who worked there, to embrace self-care without guilt?

The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Impact Without Burnout – The Huffington Post by Beth Kanter
In our book, we’ve explored the causes of burnout in the nonprofit sector and offer alternatives to dysfunction, energy depletion, sleep deprivation, low morale, high turnover, and other conditions that stand in the way of achieving better outcomes.