(From Philanthropy Daily) As organizations continue to become more complex and interconnected in today’s world, nonprofits may benefit most from leaders who start broad and embrace diverse experiences and perspectives, rather than narrowly focused specialists with technical expertise, according to a new book by David Epstein of ProPublica. This new perspective identifies knowledge development and interdisciplinary thinking as key traits of leaders best-positioned to drive organizational change. For nonprofits aiming to adopt generalized leadership, possessing a long and wide view of donor history is critical to understanding the current circumstances that history has created, as well as plan for your organization’s future.
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