The goal of succession planning is to introduce and maintain a culture of leadership continuity within your organization. Succession plans are critical to the success of your organization and should provide for a process that recognizes, develops and retains leadership talent. Organizations often create a succession plan outlining the process for retaining, developing, and/or replacing position within the organization.
Stretch assignments can be a powerful, but often overlooked type of leadership development opportunity. They involve taking on new projects or temporary roles which are outside your normal scope of duties, and exist in all types of not-for-profit organizations.
A 90-Day Leadership Action Plan has three components. The first step is developmental and happens before you begin executing your plan. You begin by articulating a leadership goal; then, you will break your larger goal down into concrete steps and resources; after that, you will identify 30-day and 90-day milestone markers for success.
What are the six styles of leadership? None will shock workplace veterans. Indeed, each style, by name and brief description alone, will likely resonate with anyone who leads, is led, or as is the case with most of us, does both.
There are a number of factors that go into developing a strong not-for-profit organization, and building the right senior leadership team is the most important. Recruiting senior...
In Vantage Point’s organizational chart, volunteer roles are fully integrated into each level, function and activity of the organization.
This integrated model of working together is both possible and...
Capturing the key elements of a strategic plan on one page is a critical tool for not-for-profit organizations. A one-page strategic plan can support leaders to mobilize support for the organization, communicate goals with a broad array of stakeholders, and guide decision-making at all levels of the organization.