Change is all around us
Change is all around us–from climate to communities–creating a world of increasing uncertainty and turbulence. Nonprofit organizations are particularly vulnerable to these changing conditions, yet their work is needed more than ever. How can philanthropy help nonprofits build the strength they will need in these changing times? By investing in nonprofit leadership.
We recently shared our thoughts on how philanthropy can invest in nonprofit leadership on The Center for Effective Philanthropy’s blog.
One of the insights we shared is around how purposeful investment in leadership can help nonprofits more successfully manage growth and transition challenges.
The combination of increased funding uncertainty and increased need for services is forcing many nonprofits to reevaluate their own efficiency and effectiveness…
How can philanthropy help? An investment in leadership can help nonprofits as they transform to their future state. A leadership investment can empower nonprofits to envision the future leadership structure needed for success, build leaders’ ability to effectively manage change, and grow leaders’ proficiency to enact the change.