Interim leadership and management require a special set of skills. While interim and permanent leaders are often working towards similar goals, there are unique challenges associated with taking on a leadership role for a shorter period of time. Here's some insight on the difference between the two types of leadership and how you can succeed as an interim leader.
If you’re a nonprofit leader, your cause means a lot to you. Whether you’re raising money for medical research, building an association of the next generation of professionals in your field, or the promoting state’s largest cultural festival, nonprofit leaders in particular are dedicated to seeing their missions become realities. Leaders can’t hold their position
From healthcare to the environment, and everything in between, nonprofits need strong leaders to navigate through challenges and create the best results. Finding and cultivating good leaders can be especially difficult when going through a temporary or permanent leadership transition. Whatever the nature of your nonprofit, if you’re looking for some guidance in nonprofit interim
A Q&A with Jeffrey Wilcox, Third Sector Company CEO and President Any employment transition comes with its difficulties, but changes in leadership, especially for short periods of time, can be especially challenging. While navigating this process, especially in the nonprofit sector, it’s important to keep your organization’s “vision,” its overlying goals and what you want
Leaders can make or break an organization, and good leadership can be hard to find. When unexpected changes in leadership happen, it can take a toll on your team-especially in a nonprofit setting when employees, volunteers, donors, and clients are all involved. A good leader, even for a short period of time, is vital to