Even More Tips for Becoming a Great Leader

As we know, leadership is a key ingredient in moving an organization from good to great. And non-profits are beginning to recognize the importance of helping their leaders reach their potential. With leadership institutes popping up across the country, emerging leaders can spend a week or more developing their leadership skills with some of the“Even More Tips for Becoming a Great Leader”

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Tips for Becoming a Better Negotiator

As a husband and father of four children it seems my life is always a negotiation. And of course the negotiating doesn’t stop when I go into work. But negotiating is the one skill that has made a bigger difference in my life than any other. Every day, non-profit executives have to negotiate a variety“Tips for Becoming a Better Negotiator”

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Tips on Avoiding Burnout

Executive directors easily get burned out. What with the conflict situations that arise between staff and board, the overwhelming feeling of not knowing where the next paycheck is coming from, and the general sense of stress that comes with being the leader of a non-profit — it’s no wonder executive directors lose their sanity from“Tips on Avoiding Burnout”

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The Real Business of Business is Building Leadership

In the most recent issue of FORTUNE magazine there was a special section on leadership. The section revolved around the secrets of key corporate leaders concerning the critical role a CEO plays in identify, nurturing, training, and promoting leadership inside a company. Many executive directors like to throw around the phrase: “people are our greatest“The Real Business of Business is Building Leadership”

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