Strong leadership is essential to being successful with your fundraising goals.  There’s not just one or even a handful of leaders that are important to a nonprofit organization.  Leadership can come from staff (at all levels), donors, committee members, advocates, volunteers serving on short term projects (like fundraising events) or those that give a few hours each week. Leadership is often It could come from the most least expected of sources.

So today here is a quick link roundup with thoughts on leadership…

Weak economic times call for strong leadership skills me, rephrasing John Chappelear.

Who Said Leadership Was Fun? Kate Barr, Nonprofits Assistance Fund

Now is the Time for Nonprofits to Come Together from Nonprofit Leadership 601

Authentic Leadership and Your “Crucible Story” Ed Batista

Posted on 13 February 2009

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