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A leader’s essential actions

2014-10-28T17:34:54+00:00

There are umpteen versions of the ingredients of leadership. We find that the most useful approach is to offer a short definition and then to describe five essential features.  A definition Consistently achieving results beyond expectations by creating a climate in which

A leader’s essential actions 2014-10-28T17:34:54+00:00

What is leadership?

2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

Management and leadership are often talked about in the same breath. To be an effective leader, you need to know the difference and understand the special demands of leadership. Is leadership different from management? There has been a long-running debate about this.  Mo

What is leadership? 2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

The chief executive’s job

2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

The person in charge of an organisation can be called diffierent things in different types of non profit organisations. These include chief executive, CEO, director, managing director. What that person does and how they behave may also vary. What's different about bei

The chief executive’s job 2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

A framework of leadership for the chief executive

2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

There are many models used to describe leadership, each with its strengths and weaknesses. One I have found useful, especially in relation to the chief executive, is to think of leadership under three headings: establishing directionmotivating and aligning people ensuring the o

A framework of leadership for the chief executive 2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

Essential actions of a chief executive

2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

Delegation is a vital skill for the chief executive – as for any leader or manager – but even that has its limits. Some things can only be done by the chief executive if the organisation is to succeed. My list would be: trustee relationsother stakeholder relations and ambas

Essential actions of a chief executive 2014-10-28T17:34:53+00:00

Leadership gurus

2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Over the last 50 years or so, different approaches to leadership have emerged through various phases, usually overlapping. Characteristics of leaders The general direction in which these have moved can be described as a shift from seeking the characteristics of the 'perfect le

Leadership gurus 2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Involving stakeholders in change

2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Who are the stakeholders of your change initiative? How are you going to communicate your change plans to them? This section includes tools and techniques to identify who will be affected by the changes and how to communicate effectively with them.  The importance of stake

Involving stakeholders in change 2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Reviewing your organisation’s structure

2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Changing an organisation’s structure can seem like an overwhelming task. However, approached with clear frameworks it does not have to be daunting.  When there is a major change, you may need to reconsider the skills, expertise and time required to complete the work. So

Reviewing your organisation’s structure 2014-10-28T17:34:52+00:00

Reviewing your organisation’s culture

2014-10-28T17:34:51+00:00

How do you go about changing the way things are done in an organization? Much of this is down to organizational culture. This section includes questions and considerations in  changing organisational culture. Defining organisational culture Organisational culture are the

Reviewing your organisation’s culture 2014-10-28T17:34:51+00:00

Communicating change and involving staff and volunteers

2014-10-28T17:34:51+00:00

Successful change management requires effective communication and the involvement of people who will be affected. However, this can often be easier said than done. This section sets out what you will need to consider in shaping the communication to and involvement of others in y

Communicating change and involving staff and volunteers 2014-10-28T17:34:51+00:00