What does an Executive Director actually do? And how can you lead your organization to a stronger place?
Nonprofit expert Erik Hanberg wrote The Little Book of Nonprofit Leadership to speak directly to Executive Directors of small (and very small) nonprofits who are asking these questions. EDs, especially at small nonprofits, tend to be dropped into the deep end of the pool with the expectation that they know how to swim. The Little Book of Nonprofit Leadership will be a welcome rescue line.
The book is filled with practical tips and big-picture ideas about:
the basics of the job
program, people, and money—the three essential areas that a nonprofit ED needs to master
working with your board (including how to ask for a raise!)
your first 100 days as a new ED
a guide to being a part-time Executive Director
and more, including access to bonus chapters and special resources!
Erik Hanberg has twenty years of nonprofit experience at organizations of all sizes. He’s channeled that experience into his four “little books” for nonprofits, which together have sold tens of thousands of copies.
Jumpstart your nonprofit now with The Little Book of Nonprofit Leadership: An Executive Director’s Handbook for Small (and Very Small) Nonprofits.