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Coaching the Arts Quarterback

Joseph H. Kluger

October 2006

Platform

Although modern management gurus Warren Bennis and Peter Drucker have debunked the myth that there is a genetic factor to leadership, it was many years earlier that Vince Lombardi, the legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers football team, said “Leaders are not born; they are made.”

Arts organizations now recognize the need for executive leadership training, albeit with this bias: although cognitive learning programs are valuable, they are not a substitute for on-the-job training.

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Book: Managing a Nonprofit Organization (40th Anniversary Edition)

Dr. Thomas Wolf

July 19, 2022

Free Press

An essential and practical resource for the nonprofit field. Celebrating its fortieth anniversary, this classic is now updated for a new generation. Tens of thousands of staff members, >>

Blog: Case Studies from Effective Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations 1

Dr. Thomas Wolf

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Allworth

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Blog: Case Studies from Effective Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations 2

Dr. Thomas Wolf

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Allworth

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