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03
MAR
2017

The unique work of the board of an all-volunteer organization

Our seven county Creative Corridor is home to over three thousand registered nonprofit organizations. Most of these are small and rely upon volunteers, rather than paid staff, to manage the organizations. Some intend to remain all-volunteer organizations; others are seeking to... Read More →
05
NOV
2014

Defining the role of the board chair

This post first appeared in the Corridor Business Journal. High-functioning organizations have strong co-leadership between the executive director who oversees the management of the organization and the board of directors, which oversees the direction and vision of the... Read More →
30
SEP
2014
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The power of advocacy

This post first appeared in the Corridor Business Journal. Nonprofit organizations play important roles in communities as experts in their areas of service. It is therefore problematic when nonprofit organizations shy away from advocacy and policy work. Admittedly, a nonprofit... Read More →
18
JUL
2014
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Exec evaluation should be clear

This post first appeared in the Corridor Business Journal. One of the responsibilities of the board is evaluation of the organization’s chief executive. In most organizations, performance evaluation is done annually. Too often, however, the executive must remind the board of this... Read More →
23
MAR
2013

Avoiding Burnout

Three Skills to Prevent Leadership Burnout from Entrepreneur.com We live in a culture that pushes all of to do more. Although I believe that challenging ourselves and pushing our limits can be a good thing, constantly pushing and demanding more of ourselves diminishes our... Read More →
04
DEC
2012

Welcome to the Leadership Blog

  Welcome to the Leadership Blog. If you Google ‘leadership,’ you will get millions of hits. Clearly, a lot of us are talking, thinking, and writing about leadership. It’s a fascinating topic because leadership—good, bad, indifferent—affects our daily... Read More →