Innovative ways leaders can achieve organizational and societal goals
Investing in leadership development represents a prerequisite to a new US foreign policy that is more in accord with today’s unstable and volatile times.
There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.
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Earlier this month I had the privilege of learning from four really smart and experienced people who participated in a panel discussion that TCC Group, a global management consulting firm.
Nonprofits, government, and philanthropy need to take up better sharing practices to advance nonprofits and the communities they aim to serve.
My new book, "Nonprofit Turnaround: A Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, Consultants and Funders," delves into questions of the state of nonprofits today.
With a much talked about leadership gap on the horizon, we need to support the developing group of new leaders.