Nonprofit CEOs who value having exceptionally talented people working at their organizations will appreciate the insights and recommendations in the recently published book Talent Wins. Written by the global managing partner of McKinsey, the vice chairman of Korn Ferry, and a prominent consultant to major companies, the book offers relevant advice for nonprofits.
Among the authors' observations: For an organization that values talent, the most important central brain trust is a new triumvirate made up of the CEO, the chief financial officer, and the chief human resources officer.
Here’s a summary of key findings. Let me know if you think their advice would make your nonprofit more successful.