Category Archives: Executive Search

To hire an executive with experience in association management or in your members’ field ?

BY JOE ROMINIECKI / APR 13, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) To hire an executive with experience in association management or in your members’ field is an important choice every association must make from time to time. But how does that choice affect your … Continue reading

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THE SEARCH FOR A NEW NONPROFIT CEO NEEDS TO BE REALISTIC

I noticed this article in one of my LinkedIn groups this morning. It was written by ed item by Nathan Bennett and Stephen Miles of boardmember.com Although it was originally written in 2012 it is very relevant for today. Boardmember.com … Continue reading

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Board of Director Positions Available

BC Adaptive Snow Sports are one of British Columbia’s Governing Sports Organizations. They have asked Real Board Solutions to assist in their search for two experienced Board of Directors. Click here to view the criteria.

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You Hired Who? Top 10 Nonprofit Employment Mistakes

By Siobhan Kelley – October 15, 2014 Nonprofit employers face a unique set of challenges. They are always trying to do more with less — fewer staff members, less support, less funding. A combination of these pressures can result in … Continue reading

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Association Leadership: Industry Experts vs. Association Pros

There are many pathways to association leadership, but this blog will address two specifically: the association professional and the industry expert. When looking for a leader for a professional organization, you may be considering or seeking to consider both types. … Continue reading

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HOW TO GET A BOARD’S TRUST EARLY

HOW TO GET A BOARD’S TRUST EARLY BY MARK ATHITAKIS / SEP 29, 2014 T he early months of a CEO’s tenure can be tense. One association leadership expert discusses how to go from being the newbie to the leader … Continue reading

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Media Release ARNBC Welcomes New Executive Director

ARNBC Welcomes New Executive Director VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Aug. 5, 2014) – The Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (ARNBC) is pleased to welcome Joy Peacock as its new Executive Director, ARNBC President Julie Fraser announced today. “We are … Continue reading

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By the Numbers 43%

43% – The percentage of nonprofit CEO’s expect to increase hiring in the next six months, according to the second-quarter results of the 2014 CEO Economic Outlook Survey. That’s an increase from 37 percent in the prior quarter. Source: Business … Continue reading

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How Integrating Social Media in Your CV Can Give You the Competitive Edge

  By Sebastian Cowie, The jobs market has become increasingly more competitive in the economic downturn. Job candidates need to utilise all the resources at their disposal to make a great impression. Naturally, you must ensure your CV is as … Continue reading

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Eight Basic Expectations a Chief Executive Has of His or Her Board

We increasingly hear about chief executives being replaced prematurely because they have failed to meet their board’s expectations. Unfortunately, there are probably at least as many, if not more, chief executives who are let down by their boards. For that … Continue reading

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