Jan 10th, 2011 Leadership, Nonprofit Management
What does it take to be an effective nonprofit leader?
Our board member, Toni La Belle, included Taproot in her survey to identify what skills and backgrounds yield the best nonprofit leadership as part of her dissertation. As it turns out, it’s not what sector you come from that matters; it’s the diversity of experiences that help develop great leaders.
As I mention in the final study: “Diverse life and professional experiences are important to developing new skills sets, adapting to new dynamics, and to leading change.”
You can check out more insights on the benefits of diverse experience in nonprofit leadership by clicking the image below and downloading the full report, published by nonprofit strategic consulting firm Bridgespan.