Developing a shock leadership style that guides your organization during a pandemic

by Sara M. Johnson, FACHE Leadership theories have been around for many years and are often based on societal norms and the evolution of how people prefer to work. We’ve had the Great Man Theory, Trait Theory, Contemporary Theories, Contingency Theories, and more. The most recent theory being studied is Shock Leadership Theory. This latest […]

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How are Nonprofits Evolving in the Midst of a Pandemic?

Four local nonprofits share their strategies for staying on mission — in spite of unprecedented challenges by Shari Finnell, editor, Not-for-Profit News With Indiana approaching its ninth month of a deadly pandemic and another surge in cases, local nonprofit organizations are continuing to explore what it means to adapt. While many have implemented major changes, […]

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