Working in a smaller non-for-profit organization is both rewarding and challenging – often for the same reason. As an entry-level staff member, you are not a leader in the same sense that a Manager/Associate Director/Director is, since you do not have a direct team that reports to you. Still, you are required to take on and exhibit certain qualities that would befit a leader. This occurs for several reasons.
This year we will be sharing stories and insights through our global network about leadership in operational excellence. Too often, we think about organizations in terms of systems rather than people with unique strengths.
Facilitating collective action
Introducing Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken