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Executive Director's Survival Guide : Thriving as a Nonprofit Leader

Executive Director's Survival Guide : Thriving as a Nonprofit Leader - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0787958770

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ISBN13: 978-0787958770
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Publisher: Jossey-Bass, Inc.
Published: 2003
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Executive Director's Survival Guide : Thriving as a Nonprofit Leader - 03 edition

ISBN13: 978-0787958770

Mim Carlson and Margaret Donohoe

ISBN13: 978-0787958770
ISBN10: 0787958778
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 03
Publisher: Jossey-Bass, Inc.

Published: 2003
International: No
Summary
The Executive Director's Survival Guide provides new insight, inspiration, and tools to meet the real life challenges and rewards of leading a nonprofit organization--and to thrive in this big job. Written by Mim Carlson and Margaret Donohoe, experienced nonprofit professionals and consultants on nonprofit leadership, this vital resource will give you the help you need to develop and strengthen personal, interpersonal and organizational effectiveness. It is filled with practical advice for succeeding in the position and offers a reader-friendly question and answer format.

Table of Contents

Exhibits.

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

The Authors.

PART ONE: FINDING YOUR WAY AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.

Chapter One. Succeeding in This Big Job.

Chapter Two: Developing as an Executive Director.

Chapter Three: Find Balance in the Role of Executive Director.

PART TWO: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AS VISIONARY.

Chapter Four: Understanding Nonprofit Organizational Culture.

Chapter Five: Creating and Sustaining a Vision.

Chapter Six: Determining Organizational Effectiveness.

PART THREE: Executive Director as Change Agent.

Chapter Seven: Embracing a Changing Nonprofit Environment.

Chapter Eight: Understanding Changing Life Cycle Stages in Nonprofits.

Chapter Nine: Leading Organizational Change.

PART FOUR: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AS RELATIONSHIP BUILDER.

Chapter Ten: Nurturing a Relationship with the Board.

Chapter Eleven: Establishing Productive Staff Relationships.

Chapter Twelve: Following the Founder.

PART FIVE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AS COMMUNITY CREATOR.

Chapter Thirteen: Engaging External Stakeholders.

Chapter Fourteen: Embracing Partnerships and Collaboration.

Chapter Fifteen: Ensuring Broad Representation.

PART SIX: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AS RESOURCE WIZARD.

Chapter Sixteen: Ensuring Sound Financial Management.

Chapter Seventeen: Sustaining the Organization with Team-Based Fundraising.

PART SEVEN: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IN TRANSITION.

Chapter Eighteen: Moving On: Leading Your Own Career Transition.

Chapter Nineteen: Envisioning Your Next Career.

Conclusion.

Resources.

Index.

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