The other day, as I was struggling to figure out how to download an ebook from the library to my tablet, I had a horrible realization: if I don’t make the effort to keep up with the changes in technology, I am at risk at being left behind! My commitment to learning is essential to managing a resilient organization that continues to innovate and adapt to the ever-changing social, economic, and technological landscape.
Here are 6 things I think are critical for not-for-profit leaders to keep on top of:
Chilwin Cheng, Managing Partner of Ascendion Law, tireless not-for-profit governor, and former radio host, joins me this month to share his thoughts on rising to the challenge of the chronically absent board member.
Chilwin invites executive directors and board members (in particular the Board Chair!) to consider how they can nurture a culture that supports every board member to show up to board meetings – in body and in mind (i.e., having prepared for the meeting and ready to engage in conversations that govern!).
Our very first BOSS: Building Organizational & Sector Sustainability Conference brought together over 150 passionate not-for-profit leaders in BC for a day of leadership boss-ery in Vancouver.
It was truly inspiring to be surrounded by so many leaders from our sector (volunteers, board members, and staff) in one space — all eager to connect, learn, and share their knowledge. We witnessed hundreds of amazing learning moments, and we’re highlighting a few of our favorite takeaways from each session.
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