#66 Sybil Speaks: What to Do When Your Favorite Nonprofit Experiences an Executive Director Transition

Feb 28, 2022

When a nonprofit’s Executive Director transition from the organization doesn’t go smoothly, its donors can get really worried. So how can you, as a donor, continue to support your favorite nonprofit when you hear its Executive Director is leaving?

In this episode, I discuss four key tips and tricks for donors to offer advice to the nonprofits they care deeply about during their Executive Director transition so they can come out the other side just as strong as they were in the past.

Make sure to take your pencils out and listen to this episode so you can avoid all the headaches and help nonprofits take proactive strategies during these transitions. Stay tuned!

 

Episode Highlights:

  • Talk to nonprofits about being communicative with all of their donors during the transition
  • Talk to nonprofits about no surprises and being as transparent as possible
  • Ask the nonprofit to proactively create a special transition budget
  • Make sure nonprofit has an Interim ED strategy

 

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