Trust As A Way Forward

By September 25, 2014

Trust as a way forward

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In Between: 3 Tips to Transition from One Leadership Role to the Next

By September 12, 2014

By Pia Infante  At the end of May, I took time off between my previous job at Rockwood directing transformational capacity building work and a new role as Co-Executive Director of The Whitman Institute (TWI).  I was leaving a beloved and highly time intensive non-profit role for a new one that held the exciting promise…

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Be the Cheetah! Nonprofit Leadership For Our Time

By August 1, 2013

By CJ Callen Originally posted at: http://www.compasspoint.org/blog/be-cheetah-nonprofit-leadership-our-times While recently scanning The New York Times I came across this promo for the article “Cheetahs’ Secret Weapon: A Tight Turning Radius”: “A study shows that the large feline’s key to hunting success is not its speed but its skill at leaping sideways, changing directions abruptly, and slowing down quickly.”…

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Stories (and StoryTellers) That Change Lives

By March 23, 2011

March 23, 2011By Nick Challed In 2009, On The Move had the opportunity to host the annual retreat of the S.H. Cowell Foundation Board of Directors, with the goal of effectively sharing the story, message and mission of the McPherson Neighborhood Initiative. Of course, a desired outcome of sharing our story was for the Board…

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