Executive leadership in nonprofit organizations: new strategies for shaping executive-board dynamics
Every aspiring and practicing nonprofit executive should read and reread this book. --Nancy Axelrod, executive director, National Center for Nonprofit BoardsPresents strategies used by effective executives to position their organizations and offers guidance on how executives can work more productively with their boards.
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Understanding Nonprofit Organizations
Making Sense of BoardExecutive Relationships
Key Leadership Strategies for Nonprofit
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