The cost of depression hits hard, but the good news — for staff and CEOs alike — is that businesses are getting proactive in their approach to it.
The strategic planning process can be one of the most exciting times for any nonprofit. New vision statements are created and the entire organization might feel a sense of new energy and excitement about the future direction of the organization.
Nonprofit boards are seeking a chief executive with transformational leadership styles. Board members previously often placed a strong emphasis on recruiting chief executives who were passionate about the mission, experienced with grant writing, program development, possessed good management and community relationship skills.
Board retreats are an excellent opportunity to think about the future of the organization, establish new goals and develop desired standards of performance. As location, location, location is to real estate, preparation, preparation, preparation is the key for ensuring a successful board retreat.