Losing Your Executive Director Without Losing Your Way: The Nonprofit's Guide to Executive Turnover

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Losing Your Executive Director Without Losing Your Way is a practical guide for board members and executives who must guide their nonprofits through the difficult transition of replacing the key member of their organization and shows how to make this transition a positive event. The authors Carol Weisman and Richard I. Goldbaum—acclaimed experts on the  topic of governance—explain how boards can bridge the gap between executive directors and learn to use the transition period as a strategic opportunity. Using this invaluable resource, board chairs and members will learn what they need to know to recruit and train the new executive director and help the ED take charge of the organization.

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When an Executive Director leaves, no matter what the reason, it is one of the most significant events that can occur in a nonprofit organization. How the departure is managed and how the next Executive Director (ED) is hired and welcomed determines the success of the organization for many years to come.

Losing Your Executive Director Without Losing Your Way is a practical guide for Board members and executives who must guide their nonprofits through the difficult transition of replacing the key member of their organization; it shows how to make this transition a positive event. The authors, Carol Weisman and Richard I. Goldbaum–acclaimed experts on the topic of governance–explain how Boards can bridge the gap between Executive Directors and learn to use the transition period as a strategic opportunity. Using this invaluable resource, Board Chairs and members will learn what they need to know to recruit and train the new Executive Director and help the ED take charge of the organization.

Step-by-step, Losing Your Executive Director Without Losing Your Way takes your organization through the process of smoothing the way from one leader to another. The seven steps to a successful Executive Director transition are:

  • Preparation
  • Response
  • Hiring an interim Executive Director
  • Recruitment and screening
  • Negotiations and hiring
  • Orientation
  • Retention

Losing Your Executive Director Without Losing Your Way also addresses the topics of unexpected departures and executive transitions at organizations in crisis.

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THE STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE for Making a Successful Transition When Your Executive Director Leaves

Carol Weisman and Richard I. Goldbaum–experts in the field of governance–give your nonprofit organization the down-to-earth information and tools needed to make a smooth and successful transition when your Executive Director leaves. The book outlines a seven-step program your Board can use to make an optimal transition that will ensure the continued success of your organization.

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