A Nonprofit Board Has A Problem With A Recently Hired CEO – What To Do?
By: Eugene Fram
With some possible variations, is the following scenario one that is frequently repeated elsewhere?
• The nonprofit board had engaged, Joe, an experienced ED, as President/CEO of human services counseling agency. The prior ED had been in place for 25 years, and was evidently unwilling to move to meet changing client
needs. For example, the agency only offered counseling services five days a week, 9 am to 5pm, with hours extended to 8 pm on Thursday night. There were no client options for emergency calls during nights or during