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Tag: Generational Change

Stay Just a Little Bit Longer

This weekend I will be on a panel with three amazing women – Katherine Acey, Trishala Deb, and Krystal Portalatin at the Barnard’s Scholar & Feminist 41 conference. We will “share strategies for building meaningful multi-generational relationships that sustain individuals, communities, and political movements for transformative social change....more

A New Report (with Tools) For Deciding on Extended Executive Transitions

Download your copy of the report and its tools here. I have a friend who has a hard time leaving any gathering…a meeting, a party, the restaurant, the office. She stalls, complements the host, promises to reconnect, pulls a thread for a new conversation, sets up the next...more

The Long Goodbye

A decade ago, concern about the exit of the baby boom generation from nonprofit leadership started to take shape. The dominant narrative which emerged predicted the sector was headed into a crisis – so many boomers would be leaving positons that organizations would be unable to fill top jobs unless...more

Sharing the Hard Decisions: How Co-Leaders Can Do More Together

This blog post is due to the courtesy of NCRP  NCRP’s new report, Cultivating Nonprofit Leadership, is an important addition to the philanthropic sector, making the case for why social change funders should invest in leadership development. At the Building Movement Project, we have written about generational...more

The Next Generation of Leaders We Really Need in Detroit

In addition to being on the BMP Project Team, Linda Campbell is a CSI fellow and has been a convener of the People’s Platform in Detroit. This blog was originally posted by the Center for Social Inclusion. Earlier this month, Crain’s Detroit published its annual list...more

Tools for Reflecting on Leadership

With each new report BMP produces, we try to capture new and emerging data and share it with leaders in order to help spread learning and ideas for building strong organizations led in sustainable ways.  Sometimes, however, it’s not always easy to put those ideas into practice....more

Planning for New Roles but Few Rules

It IS happening!  The older Boomers are starting to leave top roles in nonprofit organizations, and many more are thinking about what is next. Our latest report in the Life After Leadership Series, New Roles, Few Rules: Planning for Purpose Beyond Position is a much needed look at how...more

New Roles, Few Rules

The Life After Leadership Project began interviewing leaders in 2012 about the immense generational transfer of talent that is getting underway, and collected information and reflections from over 600 participants through extensive interviews, surveys and focus groups. New Roles, Few Rules, the third in a series of reports, tells a vivid story...more

The Leadership in Leaving

Building Movement Project, in partnership with Encore.org and Clohesy Consulting, recently completed a study on long-term nonprofit leaders over 50 and how they are thinking about their futures.  Here, Frances Kunreuther illustrates the potential impact of this transitional moment for the sector - as 10,000 people turn 65 every day and leaders in the Baby Boom cohort begin to think about transitioning out of their current leadership roles. 

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The Leadership in Leaving

This report is the second in a series that examines different aspects of a transformational moment for the nonprofit sector, as the baby boomer cohort begin to trainsition out of their current leadership roles and contemplate their next stage of work and life. It focuses on the nonprofit leader’s decision to leave a long-term executive position. More specifically, the report highlights and explores the leadership in leaving as an often neglected aspect of a nonprofit leader’s role that is a key in understanding and successfully completing the exit process.

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