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Tag: Leadership Structures And Practices

New Report and Website Highlight Lessons from Nonprofits, Leadership, and Race Survey

The Building Movement Project launched a new report -- Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap— and website – www.racetolead.org –  based on data from more than 4,000 survey respondents. The report provides both evidence of the structural barriers that perpetuate the racial leadership gap...more

Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap Executive Summary

The Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap report and www.racetolead.org are live! This report, the first in the Race to Lead series, is based on BMP's survey of over 4,000 nonprofit professionals. The report explores why people of color are still under-represented in nonprofit CEO...more

Race to Lead Launches Successfully

On Tuesday, June 6th, the Building Movement Project launched a new report, Race to Lead; Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap, and a corresponding website, racetolead.org. We're pleased to see that the sector is taking notice. See below for links to prominent coverage of the launch, the report,...more

The #BMPRaceSurvey Closes with Over 4,000 Responses

We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Nonprofits, Leadership and Race Survey has officially surpassed its goal of 4,000 responses! When we launched the survey on March 1st, we set a goal of 2,000 responses, but we received such wonderful support from our partners and colleagues in the field, that we soon...more

What Race is Your Organization?

Race is often a hard thing to talk about, especially in increasingly multicultural nonprofit organizations where there may not be an obvious numeric majority; and it can be especially difficult to figure out what interventions to make. So I was lucky to have a conversation recently with three other nonprofit...more

Organizations and Leadership

Recently, we have been getting a lot of requests to talk about two of our reports that came out a few years ago, Structuring Leadership: Alternative Models for Distributing Power and Decision  and What Works: Developing Successful Multigenerational Leadership. Both reports focus on the way organizations operate and the...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 Debate About Boards

I recently attended the biennial conference of the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT). This year, GIFT held the Money for our Movements conference in Baltimore, and more than 500 social justice fundraisers and organizers came together to learn, connect and take action. One of the highlights of this conference is...more

Boards: A Historic Relic?

This entry by Kim Klein was first published on July 19th as part of her monthly advice column "Dear Kim" for the Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training (GIFT). BMP's Co-Director, Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, will moderate the debate on boards at GIFT's Money for our Movements conference. This issue of ...more

Three Secrets of Effective Leadership I Learned from Linda Campbell

Four summers ago I was a frustrated community development officer for a large bank, venting in my living room to a friend.  As a third-generation Detroiter, I was (and remain) convinced that we have enough resources to ensure that all peoples’ needs are met and to address our...more

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