How to Avoid Tripping Up When You Manage By Walking Around
The practice of “managing by walking around” is often advocated as a great way to improve your organization. Recent research demonstrates, however, that when done incorrectly, this practice can do more harm than good. Here are five tips to help you avoid walking down the wrong path.
Leadership: The art of listening and explaining
As the nonprofit landscape becomes more complex, it is critical that leaders learn to create and articulate a vision for their organizations.
Managing tomorrow’s nonprofit leaders
Leadership coach James Boyle outlines principles for holding on to promising junior staffers.
Aspiring nonprofit chiefs cite barriers
About a third of likely leaders of the next generation aim to run a nonprofit, but barriers stand in their way, a new study says.
Managing ‘people stuff’ critical for nonprofits
Nonprofits should cover their human-resources bases, including hiring, compensation, training, performance-management, and compliance.
Assessing nonprofit risks
Your organization may be taking risks you never even imagined.