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Archive for October, 2015

Fear: the Insidious Foe of Positive Organizational Change

October 26, 2015 0 Comments

Diverse People in Meeting With Speech BubblesThis post originally appeared at www.extraordinaryceo.com.  Since it applies to all nonprofit and public organizations, I’m re-posting it here.

My most recent article at this blog, “Board Composition as a Conscious Growth Tool,” shared some really good news. The governance committee of a prestigious aging services nonprofit used the process of filling board vacancies to turn the 25-member board into a more powerful vehicle for achieving the nonprofit’s growth targets. Over the course of three hours or so, committee members had brainstormed candidates for board seats whose connections, experience, expertise and other qualifications might help this nonprofit grow. And putting … Read the rest

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Greenlight Pinellas: A Pothole on the Road to Ultimate Success

October 16, 2015 2 Comments
PSTA CEO Brad Miller

PSTA CEO Brad Miller

Residents of Pinellas County, Florida who, like me, are strong supporters of expanding public transportation options in this increasingly gridlocked metropolitan area were sorely disappointed in November 2014. Voters overwhelmingly defeated a ballot measure to fund – with a new 1 percent sales tax – a comprehensive transportation plan developed by Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) known as “Greenlight Pinellas.” Defeat of transportation tax issues has been quite common in Florida for years, but the magnitude of the Greenlight defeat was startling in light of the meticulously crafted plan and widespread support for the ballot issue … Read the rest

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