As boards grapple with the exodus of leaders who have reached retirement age, they are faced with the need to recruit new leaders.
Dennis C. Miller
High-performing nonprofit organizations have a culture of continuous improvement and strong executive and board leadership.
The question that comes up repeatedly: How long should someone serve on a nonprofit board?
Bringing about organizational change can be a difficult task.
The nonprofit sector is the glue that keeps our communities together, especially during times of crisis.
Every nonprofit organization needs to recruit new members to serve on their board.
Every nonprofit relies upon the support of others to ensure that the necessary resources are available to carry out their mission.
For any nonprofit organization to be successful, there must be a great partnership between the CEO and the board of directors.
Everyone in government, business and nonprofit is scrambling to cope with the highly uncertain and rapidly-changing landscape.