By Chris Gandy Perhaps I am being alarmist, but I am genuinely concerned that the NFP sector is failing to develop and attract the calibre of leaders needed to meet the demands our society is placing on it. Not that great people aren’t out there, they are. It is just that as a sector we […]
By Chris Gandy We Not for Profit Board Members are typically very diligent when it comes to recruiting a new CEO. After all, we are very busy people and the last thing a Chair or fellow Board members want is to be dragged in to steer a leaderless ship. So what usually happens? We urgent review today’s […]
By Chris Gandy I have a few people to thank for encouraging me to develop our Janus CEO Transition Program. Unwittingly, Alex was one of them. I have known Alex and the organisation he was the Board Chair of for a number of years. About two years ago I ran into him at a conference […]
OK, this may not be your ideal “elevator pitch” but here is a pretty quick overview of our Janus Leadership Transition Program and why Boards should take advantage of our free no obligation consultation offer.
By Chris Gandy When attempting to explain a new concept or way of doing things, it is interesting how many in the audience try to liken the idea to an existing construct. I have been on the road lately talking about our Janus Leadership Transition Program and a common reaction has been to compare […]
By Chris Gandy “She lasted 12 weeks!” The Chair of a mid-sized not for profit was referring to his organisation’s most recent CEO. The Chair was surprising frank and it was obvious he and his Board had conducted a great deal of soul-searching since the departure of the latest CEO. “Our new CEO was a great […]
By Chris Gandy Competitive Diving provides a great metaphor for our Janus Leadership Transition Program. At the outset, let me say that diving is not one of my things. In fact the few times in my life that I ventured off a Springboard my efforts could best be described as an uncontrolled fall rather […]