Team Work

Good Leaders Know How to Address Problems With a Team Member, Even When It's Difficult

Complaining behind someone's back is a good way to break apart a team.
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Nonprofit leadership requires a unique set of traits. The pursuit of lasting change may take longer than expected, resulting in frustration or even inertia. But for Josh Hale, president and CEO of Big Shoulders Fund, the path is clear: Get to action and find the way forward. Devoted to benefit the hardest working students in Chicago, Big Shoulders Fund was founded 30 years ago by the city’s businesses and civic leaders and provides scholarships, special education programs, instructional equipment, school facility improvements, faculty support and operating grants. Find out what Hale is doing now to really focus on what his goals are as a president.

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