Well-grounded in theory, research, and practice, Improving Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations is a comprehensive resource that goes beyond traditional nonprofit management theory to offer the latest in cutting-edge thought on leadership for nonprofit organizations. The book offers a wealth of new directions and ideas for leadership and features chapters written by such well-known experts as Frances Hesselbein, Stephen Dobbs, Florence Green, and Jay Conger. Improving Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations discusses the most compelling leadership challenges and issues for nonprofit organizations and Shows that transformational leaders of nonprofits lead more effective organizationsIncludes a comparison of highly functioning for-profit boards with boards of nonprofit organizationsProvides an analysis of dysfunctional boardsDiscusses for-profit "organizations of hope" that provide important leadership for social change and responsibilitySuggests strategies for managing and motivating a volunteer workforcePresents a model for leading nonprofit projectsOffers a valuable model for program evaluation in nonprofit organizationsConsiders the ongoing development of nonprofit leadersIncludes strategies to develop leadership capacity

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