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Assessing Your Nonprofit's Leadership Development Program

Examine Your Current Leadership Development and Try These Next Steps. Before you add salt to a soup you’re about to eat, it’s a good idea to taste it. Before you treat an illness,..

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Knowing Your Nonprofit's Purpose

Purpose Creates Engagement, Connection and Alignment With Your Nonprofit's Mission. Purpose (n) is defined as “the reason for which something is done or created or for which..

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Why You Should Develop Leader Success Profiles

Build a Leadership Pipeline and Meet the Needs of Current and Emerging Leaders. In 2012, Jack Zenger found that on average leaders do not receive training until they’ve been..

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Leadership Development—Like Eroding A Rock—Takes Time

It takes more than one training, experience or interaction to shape us. Over time, one drop of water can alter a surface, even one as solid as a rock. This is how leadership..

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