April 6, 2017 | No Comments
This article focuses on gaining the right tools to be an effective nonprofit leader. Such tools include “reframing,” which is shifting your perspective of an issue so it can become easier to deal with, and addressing the “low hanging fruit” first, which will make it easier to address any following issues as well.
One important point in the article was the importance of managing personal impact and effectiveness. In other words, constantly evaluating one’s own performance as an effective leader. Self-awareness of one’s own behavior, practices, and relationships are essential aspects of being a great leader, and need to reevaluated on a regular basis.
All these points could be applied to any leader of any organization, not only a nonprofit, as they are key aspects of being a great leader, no matter where.