Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Executive DirectorFrankie's World

Philadelphia, PA

Health

Dec 13
President and CEOInternational House Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Dec 12
AccountantCommunity Legal Aid Society, Inc.

Wilmington, DE

Finance/Operations

Dec 08
ControllerAcademy of Vocal Arts

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Dec 08
Database Specialist Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

Philadelphia , PA

Development

Dec 01
Development AssociateHarvard University

Cambridge, MA

Development

Nov 22
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/EVENT COORDINATORThe Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration

Radnor, PA

Admin/Clerical

Nov 22
Featured Tuition/Accounting AssistantGesu School

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Nov 21
Engagement AssociateThe ALS Association, Greater Philadelphia Chapter

Ambler, PA

Development

Nov 20
Director, Special EventsBancroft

Cherry Hill, NJ

Development

Nov 20

From the blog

Where are the Level 5 Leaders?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 14 December 2017, 8:51 am

Having just finished teaching a class on governance where we talk about the should haves and the ought tos, as well as the realities, the one that has grabbed my attention this round is the paucity of quality leaders—at both the paid and volunteer levels.  In so many ways, leaders are, for the most part, at best average, and at worst well below. Perhaps the most basic of the deficiencies is the failure to understand their jobs.  It doesn’t take long working in a nonprofit to understand that too often the board members do not understand their individual responsibilities or.

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