Updated Recommended Reading for Nonprofit Leaders


You’re invited to check out my newly updated list of recommended reading for nonprofit leaders.

If you are on the lookout for good reading to enhance your professional development or perhaps seeking insight for dealing with a particular challenge, this list of resources is provided with you in mind.

These are books I have personally read and recommend as being beneficial to anyone working with nonprofits, associations, chambers of commerce, and volunteer-based organizations.

Some are considered classics and others reflect the most current trends affecting nonprofit performance. I have found each to stimulate thinking and creativity while providing guidance and how-to solutions.

Among the latest additions are Wisdom From The Wild by Julie C. Henry, Who Comes Next by Mary Kelly & Meridith Powell, Your Path To Nonprofit Leadership by Dr. Patton McDowell, Race For Relevance (10th Anniversary Edition) by Mary Byers & Harrison Coerver, Horseshoes vs Chess by Dave Adkisson, and The Magicians of Main Street by Chris Mead.

Other newly added authors include Adam Grant, Matthew Syed, Carol Dweck, Deborah Pruitt, Simon Sinek, and Robert Putnam.

The collection is divided into these categories for easy reference.

  • Board Performance / Governance
  • Volunteer Engagement / Membership Recruitment & Retention
  • Strategic Planning
  • Capacity Building / Performance Improvement
  • Leadership / Team Development
  • Sponsorship Development / Fundraising
  • Branding / Publicity
  • Customer Service
  • Organizational Basics
  • Chamber of Commerce Focus
  • Special Publications & Reports

Here’s the quick link to my Recommended Reading List http://bit.ly/3ZuEKUN

I hope you find this resource beneficial.

What other books would you recommend for being added to my reading collection?  

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