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    POWERFUL QUESTIONS

    Posted by Kellie Wardman on May. 10, 2021

    A long-time executive coach once told me that the most powerful questions are ones that can be understood by a kindergartner.

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    Topics: Leadership, Ask, Nonprofit Leadership, Listening, Communication, Ideas, community

    INVOLVING STAKEHOLDERS

    Posted by Bert Ruiz on Apr. 12, 2021

    As your organization prepares for an executive search, an important consideration is how to engage community stakeholders (along with board and staff) in the process.

    Why engage community stakeholders? This group can provide an external perspective on how the community views your organization, as well as challenges and opportunities facing the community. Board members and staff are typically focused on internal priorities, while this group applies an outward-facing lens.

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    Topics: Leadership, Nonprofit Leadership, Hiring, community, CEO Search, executive search

    COMMUNITY IS A VERB

    Posted by Lora Dow on Jan. 9, 2019

    In our work with nonprofits, faith-based organizations and other causes, we often find ourselves talking about “community.” We are looking to strengthen community. We are seeking support from the community. We are reaching out into the community with our programs or ministries.

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    Topics: community

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