Executive and Leadership Skills for Enacting Effective Coping Strategies
Can we at this point identify knowledge and skill that nonprofit leaders should pursue that will enhance survival, growth, and mission enactment? Are those characteristics the same as they have been for the last twenty years as the field of nonprofit management has come into its own? Or are they different? As the environment has turned from positive to negative in much of the sector, how does that change the management and leadership task? This 5-page article, written by Jane Arsenault, describes the critical knowledge and skills that nonprofit leaders should pursue to enact effective coping strategies in hostile environments.