5 Questions to Ask During Times of Change

Change can be exciting. It can also be difficult, especially if your nonprofit is in the midst of a leadership transition, a realignment of its organizational goals, a restructuring of its staff…or all of the above.

Organizations say that they want to make a change, but are often not prepared for its implications. Others implement a change, and are later dissatisfied with the outcome.

Building the groundwork for successful change begins with thinking strategically and carefully about change. Before your board begins planning or initiating change, it must work with key leadership to first evaluate the current state of your organization, and then to define and agree upon what needs to change so that the organization can be more effective.

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About Steven Goldberg

Steven (Steve) J. Goldberg is a Consultant at DRG. He has more than 25 years of experience working in the volunteer, health and human services and faith-based sectors, having spent the past 17 years as a senior nonprofit executive. He has a proven track record of leading successful change, strengthening leadership infrastructure and improving governance within complex mission-driven environments. He also has extensive experience as a key partner and advisor to Boards, Board Presidents and Executive Committees.

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