November 17, 2022

Leaders Matter - November 2022 - How to Make Co-Leadership Work

How to Make Co-Leadership Work

Lessons from five leaders
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November 2022
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Leaders Matter
Nonprofit leadership, careers, and recruiting

How to Make Co-Leadership Work


Nonprofit co-leadership offers many benefits. It can enhance shared decision making and even provide a sturdy on ramp for a successor, among other benefits.

But how do nonprofit leaders make co-leadership really work? Five leaders share a handful of practices that have helped.

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