Suzanne Smith, CEO and Founder
Social Impact Architects
Governance expert John Carver was famous for saying “organizational performance is synonymous with chief executive performance.” In other words, if an organization is performing well, the CEO must be good. And, if an organization is performing poorly, it is the CEO’s fault.
This may be true in for-profits, where the buck stops with the CEO, but in the social sector, this correlation isn’t quite as clear. Social sector organizations exist in increasingly complicated environments, face tectonic shifts in technology and have to maintain a tough balancing act between expectations and reality.
However, we do believe that an Executive Director's is a crucial element of a nonprofit’s success. To read more on this topic.............. Click Here.