Coaching has become trendy in many walks of life, from athletes to singers to executives to people going through major changes in their lives. JRP is considering launching a more formal coaching program, especially for local nonprofit staff. Many small and medium nonprofits require their staff and volunteers to have multiple responsibilities, making it challenging to balance many duties and see outcomes in a variety of areas. Coaching is one way to help nonprofits prioritize, focus on their strengths and improve areas of weakness.
To learn more, check out these great articles: New Yorker article by Atul Gawande and Fortune. If you would like to know more about coaching for nonprofit executives, please contact me at email@example.com or 626-319-6466.