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By Randi Bussin   Shifting from the corporate to the nonprofit world is a lot like contemplating a major move — the new town seems prettier, the grass there looks greener. Yet if you haven’t researched your new town or prospective home, the reality could take you by surprise. Maybe the school system is floundering, […]

By Kelly Battles    I have worked with lots of recruiters over time but I don’t have a lot of experience with recruiters who focus on marketing. I do have experience in the not for profit sector and I think one of the absolute best for not-for-profit executives is Kathleen Yazbak of Viewcrest Advisors. I […]

If you're the kind of person who likes to start the new year with some good old-fashioned goal setting, both personal and professional, now's the time to reflect on your next career steps and put together a game plan to position yourself for success. We use the word "position" deliberately here because managing your career—and [...]
Summary The only thing more important than strategic clarity is having the talent to execute the strategy for lasting impact, says Bridgespan’s Tom Tierney. Here he talks with Bridgespan alumna and founder of Viewcrest Advisors Kathleen Yazbak about the key qualities and priorities nonprofit boards should possess to help ensure the organizations they serve can [...]

Nov 08, 2017

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by: Kathleen Yazbak

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Tags: boards, non profits, talent management

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Categories: Leader Interviews

In this second Q&A of a series with board members who have both nonprofit and for-profit board experience, Len Schlesinger, a professor at Harvard Business School, talks with former Bridgespan partner and founder of Viewcrest Advisors, Kathleen Yazbak, about the importance of talent management and how nonprofit boards can better serve their organizations. Nonprofit boards [...]

Nov 08, 2017

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by: Kathleen Yazbak

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Tags: CEO, Nicki Roth

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Categories: Articles

This is a great piece by friend and colleague, Nicki Roth: Summary As a new CEO, confronting deeply rooted and unproductive habits and systems in an organization isn't for the faint of heart. It takes time, careful planning, and patience to work through the weeds of a dysfunctional organization. This story recounts one CEO's journey to [...]
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