The Not-for-Profit CEO: How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 11, 2004 - Business & Economics - 309 pages
Make your move toward the top

Based on research conducted with the support of the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) involving more than 100 not-for-profit CEOs, as well as the author’s professional background, The Not-for-Profit CEO serves as both an authoritative reference guide and a practical workbook. In addition to sample tables, forms, and checklists, it offers case studies of leading not-for-profit CEOs, complete with illuminating interviews that enable readers to understand and implement the proven steps destined to get them to the top seat of any not-for-profit organization.

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Contents

How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 1 The Evolution of the NotforProfit CEO
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 2 How NotforProfit CEOs Attain Their Positions
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 3 How NotforProfit CEOs Retain Their Positions
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 4 Case Studies of Successful NotforProfit CEOs
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 5 Suggested Methods of Attaining a CEO Position
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 6 The CEOs Survival Kit
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 7 Positioning Yourself to Attain a HigherLevel CEO Position
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 8 Summary of the National Study of NotforProfit CEOs
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Chapter 9 A Message to Volunteer Leaders
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Bibliography
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Additional Sources of Information
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How to Attain and Retain the Corner Office Index
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About the author (2004)

WALTER P. PIDGEON Jr., PhD, is President and Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance—U.S. Sportsmen's Foundation, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with government affairs offices in Washington, D.C. He is a seasoned not-for-profit leader, having served in a number of key professional positions, including chief executive officer at four national organizations. He is also a nationally recognized consultant in the areas of administration, strategic thinking, volunteer management, government affairs, and fundraising. A prolific writer and researcher on a variety of subjects, he's the author of The Legislative Labyrinth: A Map for Not-for-Profits and The Universal Benefits of Volunteering, both published by Wiley.

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