Skills for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Richard L. Edwards, John A. Yankey, Mary A. Altpeter
NASW Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Business & Economics - 585 pages
This book explains four major sets of skills and eight managerial roles for successful leadership. Readers will find guidance for all aspects of management, including board development, consulting, and developing strategic alliances. Special Features: Includes practical exercises and instruments for self-teaching; Offers proven guidance for facilitating board development, consulting, developing strategic alliances, and managing for quality.
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