A survival guide for non-profit leaders

Margaret Donohoe MBA ’88 shares practical advice to help leaders of non-profits in her new book.

Margaret Donohoe MBA ’88 is a consultant who guides both large and small nonprofit organizations through leadership, staff, board, and organizational transitions. In her new book, The Executive Director’s Survival Guide:Thriving as a Non-profit Leader (2004, Jossey-Bass, $32), Donohoe and co-author Mim Carlson share practical advice, ideas, stories, wisdom, and warnings to help leaders of non-profits explore new ways of managing and leading their organizations and find their own path to personal and organizational balance. For more information on the book and the authors, see www.edsurvivalguide.org

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