In 2018, Stephen Nill invited me to publish on CharityChannel my most recent experience where I stepped in as the interim executive. I did that in my article, You Are Now the Interim Executive. Now What?, also published as the most recent blog post before this one. In this article, I switch perspectives. I address … Read more You Just Hired an Interim Executive Director. Now What?
Stephen Nill invited me to share my most recent experience where I stepped in as the interim executive and successfully led the nonprofit organization to a healthy place, ready for its next full-time executive director. I’ll do that and go further – I’ll give you the benefit of my experience by talking about the questions … Read more You Are Now the Interim Executive. Now What?
If you are the best option for the organization, you can be its saviour. You might be the one who can save a not-for-profit important to your community, AND get amazing satisfaction from your accomplishments in a short time. If you’ve been approached to consider stepping into a not-for-profit as CEO or Executive Director for … Read more Are you considering an Interim Executive Opportunity?
This board role was established for the volunteer officer who had custody of the funds and handled all financial transactions, with board approval as needed. And if your Treasurer is still making bank deposits and paying invoices, stop reading – you need that role. Most all-volunteer or very small organizations do. Even if a bookkeeper, … Read more Do you still need a Treasurer?
I had the good fortune to interview Jack over a lovely lunch recently. Jack Shand (http://www.portagegroup.com/our-team/) has been a leader in executive recruitment for Canada’s association sector since 1996. Before that, he was President and CEO of the Canadian Society of Association Executives for ten years. As I usually do, I asked Jack to work … Read more What Does a Great Executive Transition Look Like? Words of Wisdom from Jack Shand