Bridgespan offers its Executive Team Effectiveness Toolkit to nonprofit organizations to help executive teams increase their overall effectiveness and move from good to great.
According to Bridgespan, the purpose of the toolkit is to help nonprofit executive teams improve their effectiveness in one or more of five areas.
To get started in using the toolkit, executive team members must undergo a 5-10 minute diagnostic survey on executive team effectiveness. After taking the diagnostic, the Executive Team Effectiveness Action Plan template can help the team plan and document what to improve on over the next year.
The Executive Team Effectiveness Toolkit is broken into the following sections: CEO Management of the Executive Team, Work of the Executive Team, Executive Team Composition, Executive Team Meetings, and Executive Team Dynamics and Behaviors. Read the Entire Article
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