Bagging a different kind of CEO

My recent involvement in three CEO searches (one as counsel and two as a member of the search committee) has given me a new appreciation for Flannery O’Connor’s lament about a good man [woman] being hard to find. It’s no small task for faith-based nonprofits — and especially those with modest budgets — to fill the seat at the top.    For several years now, the average tenure of nonprofit […]

Hi-ho, CEO! Away!

You’ve likely heard of the Lone Ranger, that mythic hero whose Wild West adventures played out to the strains of the William Tell Overture.  The Lone Ranger’s skill set was transferable to any setting. No situation was too troubled for him to return it to rights. Everywhere the Long Ranger went, good things followed. OK, so his […]