Whether you're being considered for a CEO position yourself or mentoring someone else in that situation, this document will help you systematically think through the question: Is this executive leadership position the right match?
The purpose of this document is to provide prospective CEOs with a tool to evaluate job opportunities and determine their desire to lead that specific organization. (The term CEO is used to describe the topmost professional at an organization. This includes Executive Directors, Presidents, CEOs, etc.)
Learn how to frame a personal reflection; use the included rubric to structure your evaluation of the organization's position; find out what kinds of documents to review; and review key questions to ask of the leadership team, board, and search committee.
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CEO Succession: Case Studies of Excellence from the Jewish Nonprofit Sector
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