Leaders Matter - October 7, 2020 - Nonprofit Leadership Transitions During a Crisis

A new CEO leans into his role at Fresh Lifelines for Youth
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October 7, 2020
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Leaders Matter
Nonprofit leadership, careers, and recruiting

Leadership Transition in a Time of Turmoil: Ali Knight Leads FLY into a
New Era

In part two of our series with Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) CEO Ali Knight, we learn about his journey as a nonprofit leader, the life experiences that have shaped his leadership style, and the support he’s received along the way.

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FLY Names a New CEO

In part one of our series on nonprofit leadership transitions, Ali Knight shared his reflections about taking on the CEO role during times marked by a global pandemic, an economic decline, and the movement for racial justice.

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Most nonprofit leaders agree—developing future leaders in their organizations is critical to fulfilling their missions. Too often, however, they admit that they lack the necessary succession plans and leadership development frameworks required to be ready for a transition.

Join The Bridgespan Group for a free webinar where we’ll describe succession planning and explain how to build succession plans aligned with your broader organizational leadership development framework. 

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  • See a competency-based framework for leadership development
  • Learn about the components of an effective succession plan and the process for crafting one
  • Hear about other elements of a successful leadership transition process

Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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