You are your organization’s Chief Everything Officer.
While you are in the position that can make great things happen in your corner of the world, there is no shortage of challenges you need face to make it happen.
You’re not only running your nonprofit, you’re also responsible for delivering the programs, balancing the budget, training the volunteers, going to all the meetings, putting out the fires, creating the ideas – and raising the money required to keep everything not just moving, but growing.
How do you get it all done (and get ahead) and still have time left to take a break this summer?
We put this question to some of the most successful “Chief Everything Officers” and received some amazing input and ideas, so we compiled them into a free reference guide for you to read.