HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut foundations and corporate grantmakers have unveiled new guiding principles for their sector that demonstrate their ongoing commitment to the public. Developed through an initiative of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, the Guiding Principles and Effective Practices for Connecticut Grantmakers define high ethical standards for all grantmakers in the region.
This is the second of a two-part Results Based Accountability (RBA) training session; attendance at the first session is a pre-requisite for participating in this meeting.
The Council's Code of Ethics was adopted by the board in June of 2005.
A report resulting from a survey of 800 nonprofit organizations in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island in regards to the changing nonprofit executive leadership in the three states.
The Center for Nonprofit Management has developed an Emergency Succession Plan Template that includes plans for short-term, long-term and permanent executive director changes.
Transition Guides is a website dedicated to sustaining and strengthening nonprofits through better managed leadership transitions and related organizational development.