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    Carter McNamara
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    Authenticity Consulting, LLC; 2nd edition (2003)
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DEMYSTIFY nonprofit leadership, management and supervision using this straightforward book! It is customized particularly to the real world of the nonprofit Executive Director (Chief Executive Officer) and other leaders among nonprofit staff

DEMYSTIFY nonprofit leadership, management and supervision using this straightforward book! It is customized particularly to the real world of the nonprofit Executive Director (Chief Executive Officer) and other leaders among nonprofit staff. Guidelines are written in an easy-to-implement style, resulting in a highly practical resource that is useful at any time in the life of a nonprofit organization.

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Adapted from the Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision in Business and .

Adapted from the Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision in Business and Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision for Nonprofit Staff. This guide is basic, yet comprehensive, in nature to be useful to new managers and supervisors. Note that many organizations struggle, not from lack of advanced information - rather, they never really master the basics. This guide will help you master the basics. Therefore, the reader might best benefit from this guide by printing it out for continued reference. Introduction to Management and Supervision. What is "Management"? What do Managers Do?

Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision for Nonprofit Staff

Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision for Nonprofit Staff. Read praise about our books. Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision in Business. Table of Contents and Figures. by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD, partner in Authenticity Consulting, LLC. There has been a recent explosion of books about new concepts in leadership and supervision, such as "New Millennium" leadership and "New Paradigm" leadership. In our experience over the years, leaders and supervisors rarely struggle because they don't understand such advanced concepts.

Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision for Nonprofit Staff. Both books deal with changing Soviet approaches to the Third World.

Field Guide to Leadership and Supervision for Nonprofit Staff. Minneapolis, MN: Authenticity Consulting, LLC. Leaders Who Make a Difference. The nonprofit sector is confronting a potential leadership deficit and mounting pressures to become more efficient and businesslike. To begin to assess how these tensions influence pathways to leadership, this study investigates the professional backgrounds and nonprofit experience of leaders in the sector. They trace Soviet interest in the developing countries and associate it with the post-Stalin leadership.

Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD Carter is co-founder of Authenticity Consulting, LLC, a Minnesota-based . He is author of Field Guide to Nonprofit Strategic Planning and Facilitation.

Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD Carter is co-founder of Authenticity Consulting, LLC, a Minnesota-based firm specializing in organizational development, strategic planning and leadership development. He has 25 years of real-world leadership and management experience in a variety of organizations, including start-up, public-private, nonprofit and for-profit. Carter teaches the seminar "Organizational Development and Change" for the Center for Nonprofit Management at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Do you need guidance to implement the critical, fundamental practices required for effective leadership and supervision? This guide shows you how to lead and supervise in a plan-based fashion and how to do so with a systems view of the entire business. It includes easy-to-implement guidelines that are valuable at any stage of your development as a leader.

I have just made an affirmation - even after reading only a couple of areas of the site - that on a regular basis I will browse the material on McNamara's site

Free Basic Guide to Leadership and Supervision by Carter McNamara, PhD. Thread starter JWenmeekers. Start date Apr 21, 2006. I have just made an affirmation - even after reading only a couple of areas of the site - that on a regular basis I will browse the material on McNamara's site. And I feel that those who are in charge of anything at all - whether of subordinates and/or projects within a large organization, or of one's one small business, or even just of one's own daily life - ought to do the same. There is nothing heady on this site.

This guide includes topics often forgotten in nonprofit publications, including: time and stress management, staffing, organizing, team building, setting goals, giving feedback, avoiding Founder’s Syndrome, and much more. It also includes guidelines to ensure a strong working relationship between the Chief Executive Officer and the Board.

FINALLY, here is a highly practical, complete resource about how to recruit and retain the best staff and volunteers in your nonprofit, and how to work successfully with your Board! DEMYSTIFY nonprofit leadership, management and supervision by using this straightforward book! It is customized particularly to the real world of the nonprofit Executive Director (Chief Executive Officer) and other leaders among nonprofit staff. Guidelines are written in an easy-to-implement style, resulting in a highly practical resource that is useful at any time in the life of a nonprofit organization. LEARN to 1) lead from a proactive, plan-based approach; 2) effectively work with nonprofit Boards of Directors; 3) lead and manage yourself, including to avoid burnout; 4) get and retain the best staff and volunteers; 5) ensure all staff and volunteers contribute directly to achieving the goals of the nonprofit organization and its programs; and 6) detect and address Founders Syndrome. TOPICS in this book include those often forgotten in nonprofit publications, including time and stress management, staffing, organizing, team building, setting goals, giving feedback, avoiding Founders Syndrome, and much more! It also includes guidelines to ensure a strong working relationship between the Chief Executive Officer and the Board. AUDIENCES for this book include: 1) founders and Chief Executive Officers of nonprofits; 2) nonprofit leaders, managers and supervisors; 3) members of nonprofit Boards of Directors; 4) nonprofit management consultants; and 5) HRD professionals working with nonprofits. SKILLS in leadership and supervision are developed by doing more than reading about them -- this is your guide to useful tools and resources that you can immediately apply in your nonprofit workplace! (SPECIFICATIONS: Second edition, 2003, 204 pages, comb-bound).