June 1, 2015
Tagged: Center for Nonprofit Leadership, LeadTime

Hiring an Interim Leader


In a recent article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Lara L. McDavit discusses responses to a survey about the value of hiring a consultant to temporarily take over vacant executive-director posts. The survey, conducted in 2014, investigated the most effective ways for performing-arts organizations to handle leadership transitions. The survey asked the respondents to rate the effectiveness of their approach to dealing with a leadership vacancy, using a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most effective. Organizations that appointed consultants rated their approach highest, at 7.86.

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As seen in the June 2015 issue of LeadTime.

Tagged: Center for Nonprofit Leadership, LeadTime