Many nonprofit workers could succeed as leaders of their organizations, but they often need to improve their people skills or learn how to raise money.
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Read the transcript below of a live online discussion with experts who shared their insights and answered questions about the skills and professional qualifications every nonprofit leader needs.
Caroline McAndrews is director of research and documentation at the Building Movement Project, a group that works to strengthen social-change organizations. She will preview a forthcoming study on nonprofit leaders that includes interviews with 17 new executive directors.
Trish Tchume is the national director of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, which has more than 30,000 members. Through its 30 chapters around the country, the group offers training and resources to foster young nonprofit leaders.
The Chronicle’s live discussions do not require registration. You can sign up for an email reminder, or simply return to this page at noon Eastern Time on the day of the scheduled discussion and click on the box below to participate. If you cannot participate during the live event, the full transcript will be available afterward in the box below.