How do nonprofits reliant on wealthy board members avoid controversy and backlash? Tim McClimon shares his advice.
For Queer Arts Leaders, the Personal is Professional: Beatrice Thomas and Kevin Seaman on Art, Equity and Showing up Whole
What does it mean to bring your full self – all of your identities – to your work and leadership? Two interdisciplinary artists share their experience.
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Njeri Muturi reflects on her life in Kenya and what lessons she brought along with her as she pursues a career in education. Learn more about how Njeri Muturi stays motivated and came to approach leadership as a community act.
We live in a time characterized by an accelerating rate of change and an increasing interdependence of systems, making the world around us more complex than ever.
Successful leaders may not feel they can be radically transparent and vulnerable about the barriers or struggles they encountered along the way.
Michelle Cho, co-founder of Gladeo, a digital media platform providing career exploration for young people, reflects on how intention guided and informed her 2018 Upswell experience.
Sunil Oommen, founder of Oommen Consulting, a firm specializing in fundraising, events, and project management, shares key reflections on what it takes to be a leader in the nonprofit sector and how to voraciously seek new opportunities.
How can we help our staff, or ourselves move from working as managers to working leaders? Clues to effective leadership management can actually be found in each letter of the word L-E-A-D-E-R.
During the 2018 Influence Nation Summit (previously known as MCON), LeaderStories spoke with some of the participants about their thoughts on effective leadership, and what emerging social purpose leaders need to know. Here are our favorite short inspirational video clips.