With budgets stretched thin and most nonprofit workers feeling overextended, investing in leadership training may feel like a luxury for many organizations. Yet experts warn that nonprofits risk their futures by not focusing on grooming future leaders.
What are the consequences of overlooking management and leadership training? How do some nonprofits manage to make leadership training a part of their culture?
Read the transcript below for insights from a recent survey of 400 nonprofits and highlights of low-cost tactics that work best to cultivate leadership.
Read more: See an opinion piece from The Chronicle based on the survey findings.
Kirk Kramer is a partner at the Bridgespan Group, a consulting company, where he manages the company's leadership and organizational-development practice. He has more than 30 years of consulting experience working with nonprofits and companies on strategy and management issues.
Terri Radcliff is vice president for training and leadership development at the YMCA of the USA. She previously was vice president of organizational effectiveness and training at Sears Holdings.
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