Knowledge Letter - January 2020 - Make Your Executive Team More Effective

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Knowledge Letter
Strategies for Social Impact
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Make Your Executive Team More Effective

 
 
Every nonprofit leader wants to have the most effective executive team possible, but getting top performance from every member isn’t easy. Our toolkit guides you through five core questions and related tools to maximize the potential of your team—and your organization.
 
 
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Effective Executive Team Diagnostic

Once you've explored our Executive Team Effectiveness Toolkit, use our diagnostic to get feedback from your team and uncover areas to improve and areas of strength.
 
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Webinar: Level Up Your Executive Team – Feb 26 at 12pm PT/3pm ET
 
 
Your organization's impact relies on a strong, high-performing executive leadership team. Bridgespan research shows, however, that only one in five nonprofit leaders believe that their teams are highly effective. How about yours? Join us for this free webinar, where you'll learn how to use the tools in our new Executive Team Effectiveness Toolkit to take your team to the next level.
 
 
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Twelve multiyear initiatives shed light on promising approaches and four consistent proponents of change in funder practice.
 
 
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The Recession Wild Card

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Tax law, the popularity of giving directly to people in need, and other factors make it hard to predict how a downturn will affect nonprofits.
 
 
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