This list of topics addresses fundamental aspects of nonprofit board service. Dig in to find information that will help you think through issues or challenges facing your organization.
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Chief Executive Succession Planning: Essential Guidance for Boards and CEOs provides a proactive approach so that you are prepared whenever the inevitable day comes.
It might be tomorrow; it might be 10 years from now. But someday, your chief executive is going to leave your organization. Is there a well-thought-out plan in place? Can you expect a smooth transition? If not, his or her departure could trigger a chaotic situation that reduces your organization’s effectiveness and panics key stakeholders.
You will learn from reading Chief Executive Succession Planning
The appendices include a sample emergency leadership transition plan, chief executive succession plan guidelines, and a sample chief executive profile.
While primarily aimed at board members, the publication is a valuable read for chief executives, consultants, senior staff, and others involved with nonprofit boards.
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