Learn from my guest Priya Parker how to create super effective meetings, resolve tough conflicts, and throw killer dinner parties.
You’re a nonprofit person, so you probably want to change hearts and minds, but your blind spots may be getting in the way.
Why do Executive Directors sometimes overstay their roles? Inertia? Love of the job? A board that doesn’t want them to leave? How do you know when it’s time to go?
Every person who joins a board comes with opinions and points of view. But what happens when your responsibility to your organization as a board member conflicts with your personal politics? Should you keep it to yourself?
At arts orgs, how should power be shared when, in addition to the Executive Director, there is also a creative director who is, perhaps, the most important leader of all? My guests explain how their very successful shared leadership model really works for them, and ultimately results in a beautiful symphony.
Based on lessons she learned working as a bartender while pursuing degrees in business and behavioral science, Dr. Helen Rothberg identifies leaders by a cocktail of choices they make; how to approach obstacles, managing conflict, facilitating groups and connections, adapting to current realities, and much more.
Small nonprofits need as much (or more) help than larger ones but usually don’t have the same resources available. This episode focuses on their issues…
For business and nonprofit leaders, an executive coach can make all the difference. Here’s my interview with the #2 executive coach in the world…
Don Tebbe, an expert at planning successful leadership transitions, joined me to give us all some great advice on how to navigate the waters of change.
Nonprofits are needed now more than ever. Strong leadership is needed more than ever. And we have to start doing a better job of listening to each other…