In a recent Twitter chat, the organizer asked participants to discuss how they have worked to master interpersonal skills. When it came time to discuss strengths and weaknesses, one person mentioned decision-making and the desire to make everyone happy. This is an issue that would ring true with many people.Read more
NTERGENERATION is a dynamic intergenerational group of funders, organizational development practitioners, and nonprofit leaders working to transform thinking and practice about leadership and leadership development. Since 2011, we have been finding, elevating and strengthening examples of collaborative leadership in the Philadelphia region, making connections between collaborative leadership and enhanced impact to communities and sharing these tools and examples with the broader community.Read more
Seven years ago I was I was desperate to find a job that would be the right place to learn what I was good at and truly develop my skills in those areas. I had a Master’s degree, several years of experience in fine arts and fundraising, in addition to more experience than I had ever hoped for as a waitress, bartender, barista, sales associate, telemarketer and circus jester. At the end of my search, I landed a job at a foundation.Read more
On Wednesday, October 30th, Pia Infante of the Rockwood Leadership Institute facilitated a fascinating webinar for EPIP members and other nonprofit professionals on how to operate more collaboratively as a leader.Read more
This post was authored by Nichole Martini, who is the Co-Chair of EPIP-NY’s Steering Committee.
In the early fall of 2012, EPIP-NY went through its usual onboarding process of new Steering Committee members. I was elected co-chair of the chapter to help guide and direct our activities and work with EPIP National. This was my first time serving in a co-leadership model and I wasn’t sure how it would work.Read more