This is a must-read for senior leadership staff and the boards they serve
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
“Leadership needs innovation the way innovation demands leadership. By combining them, you improve your capacity to deliver results,” say Metcalf and Robbins. The Innovative Leadership Workbook for Nonprofit Executives, specifically designed for busy nonprofit executives, includes field-tested processes and worksheets for innovating how you lead to transform your organization and create sustainability. The workbook weaves the journey of one executive through a series of development activities to provide insight into the thought process of a highly successful executive. Her story with her unique challenges, organizational cultures and outcomes, provide invaluable insight into how an innovative nonprofit leader develops.
Through a combination of well-researched theory, a practical business case study, and corresponding tools and templates, the Innovative Leadership Workbook for Nonprofit Executives guides leaders through a six-step process that develops innovative leadership qualities.
“The Innovative Leadership Workbook for Nonprofit Executives lays out a process for transformation, and includes a discussion of organizational culture, an exploration of, and tools for, improving personal and professional leadership style, and an in-depth description of the role of the nonprofit CEO. This is a must-read for senior leadership staff and the boards they serve.” John Hrusovsky, former CEO, Groundwork group.
Metcalf & Associates uses an integrative approach to help leaders and their organizations innovate how they lead and how they operate, helping them to thrive in a rapidly changing environment. CEO Maureen Metcalf is an acclaimed thought leader who developed, tested and implemented emerging models that dramatically improve leaders and contribute toward organizational success.