Inspiring integrity through clarity of purpose
Not-for-Profit leaders usually face difficult leadership challenges, with personal passions and agendas complicating the definition and alignment of team efforts around a shared organisational purpose.
With dramatic levels of growth in some sectors, a widespread shift to consumer-centric public funding models, and an explosive proliferation in competition for charitable donations and philanthropic funding, not-for-profit leaders need to be articulate, influential, highly ethical and inspirational, with strong fiscal acumen tempered by an understanding of the importance of social equity and diversity.
To succeed, not-for-profit leaders need innovative problem solving skills informed by deep client and sectoral insights, a solid grasp of governance and appreciation for the critical importance of business development and marketing.
Oxfam’s commitment to the values of equity, transparency and accountability are reflected in our recruitment and retention practices. We have used Fisher Leadership on a number of occasions to facilitate successful recruitments, given the firm’s commitment and alignment to a similar set of values.
Dr Helen Szoke
Chief Executive Oxfam Australia
I wanted to thank Kate Wheeler for all her hard work on securing our new CEO. It was a great outcome and we are really pleased. I will certainly recommend Kate to others if they need the name of a consultant, the process was seamless from our end!
Deputy Chief Executive Officer Victorian Council of Social Service
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