In any organization, nonprofit or for-profit, there comes a time when there is a leadership change. It can be smooth and anticipated or abrupt and challenging, and there will be repercussions, either big or small.
Speaking during the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) International Conference on Fundraising, Thomas W. Mesaros, president and CEO of the Alford Group, and Sharon Moulds, executive director and CEO of the Chief Seattle Council of the Boy Scouts of America, highlighted the aspects of leadership and vision that can make or break not only a leader but also that leader’s organization.
They said that any leader must be able to provide leadership and vision, understanding that such a responsibility includes doing the following:
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