Reading List

Human Society Donors Call for Firing of Chief Executive After Sexual Harassment Complaintsby Danielle Paquette, The Washington Post—Business, January 31, 2018

Yes, It's Hard to be a Man in the #MeToo #TimesUp Era. And it Should Tom Krattenmaker, USA Today, January 17, 2018

How to Employers Accountable During the #TimesUp and #Metoo Movementby Melissa Jun Rowley, Forbes, January 29, 2018

Why Some Women Can't Get Behind #MeToo—But Wouldn't Dare Admit Itby Paula Fernandes, Chatelaine , January 9, 2018

Why sexual harassment training doesn’t stop harassmentby Jena McGregor, The Washington Post—On Leadership, November 17, 2017

4 Steps to Clearer Communications, by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, October 10, 2017

15 New Fundraising Ideas That Workedby The Chronicle of Philanthropy, August 1, 2017

Is Your Nonprofit Built for Sustained Innovation?by Standford Social Innovation Review, August 1, 2017

How to Do Less and Live More by Kris Carr | June 2017

The Gratitude of Leaders by The Coach Initiative, July 16, 2017

What Sets Successful CEOs Apart? by Elena Lytkina BotelhoKim Rosenkoetter PowellStephen KincaidDina Wan, Harvard Business Review - May/June Issue, 2017

What makes a CEO ‘exceptional’? by Michael Birshan, Thomas Meakin, and Kurt Strovink, McKinsey & Company - April 2017

9 Ways to Ensure Your Vacation Is Really Time Off From Work, by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, April 11, 2017

Enjoy Summer on the Cheap with These 5 Simple Ways to Saveby ADP A Human Resource, July 2017

The Most Charitable Cities in America, by Ben Paynter, Fast Company, June 22, 2017

Download GEO 2015 Strengthen Nonprofit Capacity Report, by Grantmakers for Effective Organizations - February 5, 2017

How to Overcome Executive Isolation, by Ron Ashkenas, Harvard Business Review - February 2, 2017

Advice for Nonprofit Leaders: How to Navigate an Unpredictable Political Landscape, by Peter Fissinger, Nonprofit News - January 30, 2017

Battle Lines Being Drawn Between Trump, Rest Of GOP, On Tax Reform: Where Do They Stand? by Tony Nitti , Forbes - January 19, 2017

A Small Business Guide to Addressing Workplace Sexual Harassmentby Business News Daily, January 9, 2017

Nonprofit Workplace Challenges Predicted for 2017 Nonprofit Times - January 6, 2017

Nonprofits Need to Stand Together to Push for Smart Public Policies by Tim Delaney and David L. Thompson, The Chronicle of Philanthropy - January 4, 2017

Nonprofits and Trump’s First 100 Days by Andy Segedin , Nonprofit Times - January 3, 2017

5 Fundraising Topics You’ll Need to Master in 2017 The Chronicle of Philanthropy - January 3, 2017

National Council of Nonprofits' 2017 Public Policy Agenda National Councl of Nonprofits - January, 2017

Uncertainty: D.C.-area nonprofits gear up for a Trump administration by Carolyn M. Proctor, Washington Business Journal - December 16, 2016

10 ways the nonprofit sector must adapt to the new reality by Vu Le, Nonprofit with Balls - November, 2016

Pausing to Acknowledge: Is There Election-Related Trauma in Your Workplace? by Ruth McCambridge, Nonprofit Quarterly - November 10, 2016

Heeding the Voice of the Woman Donor by Andrea Pactor, LinkedIn - November 3, 2016

Women Power and That Thing We Do  by Terrie Lupburger, The Huffington Post - October 10, 2016

Stop touting the crazy hours you work. It helps no one. by Jena McGregor, The Washington Post, On Leadership - September 1, 2016

How to Force Your Employees to Take a Real Vacation by Wall Street Journal, October 2, 2016

Working more than 55 hours a week is bad for you–in many ways by Jena McGregor, The Washington Post, On Leadership - August 24, 2016

The weird thing that happens when you put more women in the boardroom by Danielle Paquette, The Washington Post, Wonkblog - May 24, 2016

Hey foundation trustees, come get a beer with us by Vu Le, Nonprofits with Balls - May 31, 2016

The Elements of Uncomfortable Work Conversations HRB Video - May 20, 2016

The Work Conversations We Dread the Most, According to Research by Kerry Jones, Harvard Business Review - April 11, 2016

Dear Business People, Please Stop Bizplaining Things to Us Nonprofit Folks, Nonprofit with Balls - March 21, 2016

Want to be a better leader? Observe more and react less by Manish Chopra, McKinsey Report - February, 2016

To Be an Authentic Leader, Practice Every Day by Bruce Jones, Harvard Business Review - February 16, 2016

Viewpoint: Greater Washington nonprofits can't keep working in isolation by Lisa Helfert, The Washington Business Journal - February 12, 2016

The Art and Science of Well Being at Work by Lucia Rahilly, McKinsey&Company - February 2016

10 Steps for Success as a Nonprofit CEO by Atul Tandon, The Chronicle of Philanthropy - February 11, 2016

How People Learn to become Resilient by Maria Konnikova, The New Yorker - February 11, 2016

To Better Copy with Stress Listen To Your Body by Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times - January 13, 2016

Empowered Women Are Changing Philanthropy. These Experts Explain How by Kiersten Marek, Inside Philanthropy - January 13, 2016

Research Based Ways to Win at Work by Sarah Green Carmichael, Harvard Business Review - December 28, 2105

Nine Leadership Books to Watch out for in 2016 by Jena McGregor, The Washington Post - December 28, 2015

Your grandmother was right. Slouching is bad for you–and maybe your career, by Jena McGregor, The Washington Post - December 16, 2015

What Amazing Bosses Do Differently, by Sydney Finkelstein, Harvard Business Review - November 27, 2015

Can Nonprofits Switch from Scarcity to Abundance Mindsets When It Comes to Self Care?, by Beth Kanter- November 27, 2015

What Generous People's Brains Do Differently by Nicole Torres, Harvard Business Review - October 1, 2015

From Anguish to Balance, Standfords Social Innovation Review - September 1, 2015

Scientists to Charities: You're doing it all Wrong, by Michael Anft, The Chronicle of Philanthropy - March 30, 2015

What Science Says About Fundraising, The Chronicle of Philanthropy - March 30, 2015

Better than Before, by Gretchen Rubin | March 2015

Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice, by Principles for Good - January 2015

Before the Law, by Jennifer Gonnerman | The New Yorker – 6 October 2014

Why I Hope to Die at 75, by Ezekiel J. Emanuel | The Atlantic – October 2014 

The Many, Many, Many Things You Should Say “No” to at Work, by David Zax | Fast Company – 10 October 2014

Be Nice. Fund Results. Minimize Hassle. Help Out, by Kevin Starr | The New York Times – 27 October 2014

How to Practice Self-compassion, by Emma Seppala | Spirituality & Health – 28 October 2014

Cultural Coaching: Knowing When to Shut Up, by Erin Meyer | Harvard Business Review — January 2014

A Big Heart Open to God: A Conversation with Pope Francis, by Antonio Spadaro | America: The National Catholic Review - 30 September 2013

Triple-Strength Leadership, by Nick Lovegrove and Matthew Thomas | Harvard Business Review - September 2013

Jonathan Klein of Getty Images, on Useful Critiques, by Adam Bryant | The New York Times – 28 September 2013

Six Ways to Grow Your Job, by Herminia Ibarra | HBR Blog Network - 25 September 2013

NOBODY’S LOOKING AT YOU: Eileen Fisher and the art of understatement, by Janet Malcolm | The New Yorker - 23 September 2013

Four Areas Where Leaders Should Focus, by Peter Bregman |  HBR Blog Network - 3 September 2013

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic | HBR Blog Network - 22 August 2013

It’s Time to Cut Through the Hype of Impact Investing, by William Burckart | The Chronicle of Philanthropy – 19 August 2013

Unease at the Clinton Foundation Over Finances and Ambitions, by Nicholas Confessore and Amy Chozick | The New York Times – 13 August 2013

The Most Successful Leaders Do 15 Things Automatically, Every Day, by Glenn Llopis | - 18 February 2013

Hanh LeGroupon’s CEO writes the best resignation letter ever, by Brad Plumer | The Washington Post WonkBlog – 1 March 2013

Leadership Renewal: From Good to Great, by Susan Collin Marks | Skoll World Forum and Forbes - 9 April 2013

The Flip Manifesto, by Daniel H. Pink | PDF download | 2012

Collective Impact, by John Kania & Mark Kramer | Stanford Social Innovation Review – Winter 2011

How Will You Measure This Year?, by Henna Inam | The Glass Hammer – 16 December 2011

The Purpose of Power, by Gary Hamel – reviewing the book Power: Why Some People Have It – And Others Don’t by Jeffrey Pfeffer | Wall St. Journal: Gary Hamel’s Management 2.0 – 11 May 2011

The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin | March 2011

Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything, by Tony Schwartz | HBR Blog Network - 24 August 2010

Book review of Lincoln on Leadershipby Donald T Phillips | 3 March 2010

Managing Yourself: How to Save Good Ideas An Interview with John P. Kotter, by Jeff Kehoe | Harvard Business Review - Oct 2010

Social Intelligence and the Biology of Leadership, by Daniel Goleman and Richard Boyatzis | Harvard Business Review - September 2008

Discovering Your Authentic Leadership, by Bill George, Peter Sims, Andrew N. McLean, and Diana Mayer | Harvard Business Review - February 2007

Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time, by Tony Schwartz & Catherine McCarthy | Harvard Business Review – October 2007

In Praise of the Incomplete Leader, by Deborah Ancona, Thomas W. Malone, Wanda J. Orlikowski, and Peter M. Senge | Harvard Business Review - February 2007

Managing Oneself , by Peter F. Drucker | Harvard Business Review – January 2005

Brave Leadership in Organizational Conflict, by Kenneth Bailey | Nonprofit Quarterly - 21 December 2003

Leadership on the Line – chapter review of the book, by Ronald A. Heifetz and Marty Linsky | June 2003

Venture Capital Firm Invests in Start-Ups With a Social Mission, by Sarah Max | Nonprofit Quarterly - 21 December 2003

The Quiet Leader – and How to Be One, by Martha Lagace reviewing the book, The Quiet Leader by Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr. | Harvard Business School Working Knowledge – 11 February 2002

Why Should Anyone Be Led By Youby Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones | Harvard Business Review - September 2000

Leaders Who Listen, By William E. Halal | Executive Excellence - February 1998

The Skimm, by Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg | Daily News Blog

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