Nonprofit World: November-December 2011
VOLUME 29, NUMBER 6
by Glasrud, Bruce
What you think you require for the future may not be what you actually need.
by Fernsler, Terrence
This comprehensive book provides a road map to alliances that work.
|Executive Presence: What It Is & How to Get It|
by Long, Stephen
Do you have executive presence? Here's how to tell.
|Nested at the Heart: A New Approach to Nonprofit Leadership|
by Duta, Andrei
A new leadership paradigm - the nucleus model - puts the board-CEO relationship at the center of everything.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Organizational Culture: It's in the Walk, Not Just the Talk|
by Sturm, Paul, Denice Hinden, & Paige Teegarden
Your organization's culture has never been more important. How well do you understand it?
|Should You Let Members See Personnel Documents|
by Temkin, Terrie
Is this a case of too much transparency?
|Something Is Missing: The First Step in Evaluation|
by Are you skipping the most important step?
|Take Your Training into Your Hands|
by Gassner Otting, Laura
In the nonprofit sector, the career path for executives is nebulous and undefined. You need to chart your own course.
|The Main Ingredient|
by Wilson, Robert
Is there one attribute that will make you successful? And if so, how do you develop it?
|The Special Relationship: Nurturing the CEO-Board Chair Bond*|
by Fram, Eugene
Here are tips to assure the best possible partnership between the board chair and CEO
|Unlock Fundraising Potential with Affinity Marketing|
by Halliday, Steve
Many nonprofits shy away from this form of fundrasing, but it can work beautifully if you take an active part in making it succeed.
|Volunteers: Recruit, Place & Retain the Best*|
by Schwab, Keri
Using simple techniques, you can tap into the talents and productivity of both paid and volunteer staff.
|What Should You Focus on During Challenging Times?*|
by Davis, Emily
What are the most important steps?