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TALX: What Nonprofit Management Books Won’t Tell You
November 17, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
More on the TALX:
In Solve, Not Serve: What Other Nonprofit Management Books Won’t Tell You, author Kelly E. Griffin proposes a long-overdue paradigm shift within the social sector. Her insights are gleaned from decades of experience as a nonprofit strategist and advisor, extensive research and analysis, and perspectives from dozens of inspirational and effective nonprofit leaders, funders, and independent thinkers. Kelly, who will be joining us for an honest in-person conversation, conducted dozens of interviews and did extensive desk research for the book and will share some very surprising findings. She will also share 5 practicable tips from the book that attendees can use in their workplace.
Moderated by Amanda Parker Hazelwood, Executive Director of The Spirfire Club
Q&A to follow.
More on Kelly:
Kelly Griffin has been supporting complicated organizations navigate significant strategy and culture changes for more than 20 years. She has served as a trusted advisor and thought partner of C-suite leaders, Board members, and department heads while leading teams through the process of creating strategic plans, driving strategy execution and performance measurement processes, and guiding change management. As a consultant, she serves nonprofit clients with missions from ending hunger to solving homelessness to correcting policing inequity to curing life-threatening disease. As a full-time employee, she led processes to identify major strategic shifts and build bridges to successful execution at three national organizations and a government agency. Her work helps organizations clarify their strategies, improve their strategic agility, and drive toward measurable outcomes. She is the author of “Solve, Not Serve: What Other Nonprofit Management Books Won’t Tell You” (New Degree Press, 2022) and also certified as an executive coach.
Just in time for the holidays, this book makes a great gift for friends and colleagues in the nonprofit world! Buy the book locally, here