Working Across Generations: Defining the Future of Nonprofit Leadership

by Frances Kunreuther, Helen Kim and Robby Rodriguez

$7.95

A range of ideas on how to approach generational shifts in leadership so that the contributions of long-time leaders are valued, new and younger leaders’ talent is recognized, and groups are better prepared to work across generational divides.

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Description

  • Find out what the particular characteristics are that define each generation-and why these characteristics make the impending generational leadership transition different from any other.
  • Learn how this looming change poses individual, organizational and systemic challenges for the nonprofit sector.
  • Discover what the assumptions are about the upcoming generational transfer-and why those assumptions may be wrong.
  • Explore practical strategies to address these issues.

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About the Author

Frances Kunreuther is the director and founder of the Building Movement Project (http://www.buildingmovement.org/), which works to strengthen the role of U.S. nonprofit organizations as sites for social change, and focuses in part on generational change in leadership. She can be reached at fkunreuther@demos.org.

Helen Kim is a consultant with experience in community organizing, fundraising and organizational development. She specializes in strategic planning, board development, executive coaching and leadership transition. Contact her at helenskim@earthlink.net.

Robby Rodriguez is the executive director of SouthWest Organizing Project (SWOP) (http://www.swop.net/), a statewide multi-racial, multi-issue, community-based membership organization in New Mexico. Contact him at robby@swop.net.

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