Hating bad work writing isn't just a pet peeve. I hate bad work writing because it leads to problems, and it makes it easy for people to get ripped off.
I became quite adept at fixing bad work writing, to the point where I was the lead technical writer and editor for the central policies and procedures group for the lead contractor at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. My job was to make it easy for people to know what to do, when, without having to have a PhD, and also to make it impossible to miss when the person giving the orders really hadn't thought through what they were demanding of other people.
I did a little of this work as a favor for a friend the other day, and he paid me a nice compliment in return. He said
"You are the first person I've met who can make bylaws sing."
If your nonprofit wants to have better results, one of the best things you can do is look at your bylaws, policies and procedures with a very critical eye. And if they aren't terrific -- if they are creating problems and confusion instead of solving problems and preventing confusion -- do a complete rewrite.
I'd be glad to help. It's an investment, but one that can pay dividends for decades.