What a school orchestra can teach us about leading nonprofits

by | Jun 30, 2016 | CEO/Executive Directors, Strategic Plan, Video | 0 comments

Does it ever feel like your board or staff walks into a meeting full of purpose and passion but reading from different sheets of music?

In this video, Marc shares insights into strategic planning from watching his children’s school orchestra conductor.

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