The Great Nonprofit Leadership Turnover
The Great Resignation is hitting nonprofits hard, especially at the top. CEOs are handing over the reins in record numbers. Nonprofit experts across the country report high levels of leadership turnover, and competition for leaders is fierce. All this churn has pushed salaries for nonprofit leaders up by as much as 30 percent during the past two years.
What systems and policies should be in place to support and retain talented executives? What can board chairs and other trustees do to set new leaders up for success, especially leaders of color?
Join the Chronicle of Philanthropy and a panel of experts to get answers to these and other questions, so you can better understand the challenges organizations face and help advance change that reduces turnover, whether you work at a charity, sit on a board of directors, or serve as a CEO.