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Nonprofit boards hire, evaluate, and presumably can “fire” their CEO. This is boilerplate role and function stuff. What’s often missing is what constitutes attention to the encouragement and support of the CEO as well as helpful appraisal and evaluation. 141 more words
In my coaching, we work quite extensively with noticing and labelling emotions. There’s all sorts of reasons for this, including the neurobiological focus that this provides, and the information that is contained in emotions. 231 more words
As an IT Architect, I do appreciate good Technology as well as anyone. I spend a lot of my time making technology work. At times however, as technologists we tend to forget it needs to be more about the Information and Solutions and less about Technology for its own sake. 309 more words
Donor Governance and Financial Management in Prominent U.S. Art Museums
Source: Social Science Research Service
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I study “donor governance,” which occurs when contributors to non-profit firms place restrictions on their gifts to limit the discretion of managers.