I have never believed that the skills required to successfully manage an organization are reserved for a special or chosen few. What is often lacking is merely some simple, straightforward insights and tips that can help people improve their management skills.
If you are interested in growing your nonprofit into a larger organization, it’s important to begin discussing management and leadership concepts with your team when you are very small.
We evolve over our lifetime as managers, and there are always new ideas that can be helpful—or old ideas that suddenly apply to a situation in which we find ourselves. It’s not always easy to appreciate the value of management ideas in the abstract. That is why I’ve distilled my experiences into the eight practical insights you can find in Applied Wisdom for the Nonprofit Sector.
This week I’d like to invite you to listen to the audiobook recording of Applied Wisdom, if you haven’t already done so. You can download it here.
- Are all of your teams, small and large, regularly discussing management and leadership concepts?
- What are some of your trusted sources for insights and tips that can help people improve their management skills?