Leading Nonprofit Teams During Covid-19

Thu, Apr 16, 2020 at 8:50AM

Hardy Smith, Nonprofit Consultant & Speaker

Leading a nonprofit isn’t easy in the best of times and that responsibility is now radically more difficult because of Covid-19. Adding to the challenge is leaders having to lead their teams remotely and finding overcoming the obstacle of mandated separation requires a different skill set.

These six resources offer how-to guidance for remote-team leadership success during a crisis. Thank you to each for the much-needed help you are providing.

As a nonprofit leader, the action you take now will determine your organization’s future. Apply the lessons offered by these resources to help you successfully lead your team. Please share this information with your network. I welcome hearing from you about what you’re doing to keep your team’s spirits up and productivity on track.

Thank you for your service and please stay safe.


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