I’m deeply interested in addressing the issues facing today’s managers in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. My hope is that my blog posts will stimulate a dialogue to bring about positive change. I invite you to join me in the conversation by leaving your feedback in the comments section of the blog.
When I coach non-profit managers I often repeat some of my most fundamental management tips and processes. Most of them work for any organization, for-profit and not-for-profit.
As a leader, the character of your organization will never exceed…
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Not every business practice translates to the nonprofit world, but here are some that do. I hope you’ll find them helpful. – Jim Morgan
Focus on the Long Haul
Most leaders are smart, knowledgeable about their business, and committed…
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At some point in almost every fast-growing company’s life there is a moment when a manager realizes business as usual is not going to cut it. As a leader you have to face facts: Change or fail.
I was reminded of this recently from stories…