Published February 2012
This groundbreaking new report focuses a new lens on the family foundation chief executive, marking a broadening of the National Center for Family Philanthropy’s sights as it seeks to understand and represent what makes family philanthropy not only unique but effective. See additional details and order single volume here.
The role of a family foundation chief executive is unique—running a philanthropic enterprise in partnership with a family. This first-ever guide helps your family figure out where you want your foundation to go, and how to find the right person to take you there. See additional details and order single volume here.
A companion to the NCFP guide on hiring a CEO, this is the first how-to guide for new family foundation chief executives and the board members who hire them. Hiring a CEO is only the first step. A solid transition plan will maximize the CEO’s prospects for success. See additional details and order single volume here.
40% of family foundation CEOs say their board does not review their performance on an annual basis. Yet most CEOs yearn for their boards to invest the energy and time entailed in a thoughtful evaluation. This guide will help boards and CEOs structure an assessment process that maximizes the CEO’s contribution to foundation effectiveness. See additional details and order single volume here.
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