Recording for: Determining Donor Intent When the Donor is No Longer Engage
This report offers succession planning through leadership development an alternative to the status quo. Instead of expecting new leaders to rise to the occasion, this report proposes that, when leadership opportunities arise, organizations should dedicate resources, human and financial, to developing the talent pipeline and proactively, openly discussing succession plans at all levels of leadership, not simply the CEO/Executive Director role.
What can grantmaker do to help their grantees manage executive transitions more effectively? Get tips and best practices from Grantcraft.
Why are founder transitions particular complex for leaders and their organizations? Find out how founders and their boards can address departure issues from the Annie E Casey Foundation.
Taking a comprehensive and proactive approach to talent management can help you to retain and develop talent, identify gaps, and be best-prepared for staff transitions.
Fundraisers, volunteers and special events come and go, but a core priority for every nonprofit should be a succession plan.
This program will provide tools and best practices to use in determining and implementing donor intent when the donor is no longer engaged with the foundation.
A community foundation’s board can be its greatest asset, but ensuring you have a solid succession plan is integral to maintaining the board’s strength. In this webinar, learn what your peers are doing to recruit and maintain high-functioning boards.