"the jossey-bass handbook of nonprofit leadership and management"- love all of the jossey-bass NP books we used in school, but this is my favorite and is useful
This study of four Eastern African countries is based on the assumption that under the emerging democratic dispensation: some CSOs are, in general, playing a positive role particularly with regard to pressurising governments to open more space for democratic governance, and they could be a useful arena for producing capable and democratic leaders who could strengthen the ranks of policy makers and political leaders.
This book is a small attempt to guide those who have assumed positions of organisational leadership to understand and manage the demands placed upon them, to understand the seriousness of the tasks that face them. It examines the requirements of leading from within (yourself) and without (others). It is aimed at providing a foundation to begin understanding the practice of leadership and management in a non-profit organisation.
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This book provides new insights,inspiration,and tools to meet the real-life challenges and rewards of leading a Non-Profit organization.Written by Mim Carlson and Margaret Donohoe -expirienced nonprofit proffessionals and consultants on non-profit leadership.This vital resource will give you the help you need to develop and strengthen personal ,interpersonal,and organizational effectiveness.
This book addresses the day-to-day shop floor dynamics of management and leadership in a multicultural environment. It shows managers how to build bridges across cultural gaps to ensure that their companies and staff operate at their full potential, and investigates the parallel value systems of Afrocentrism and Eurocentrism, while seeking to establish a common thread as a way forward. Based on research on leadership conducted by the author in eleven countries across sub-Saharan Africa.