Close this search box.

By Jeff Glebocki, CEO
Strategy + Action/Philanthropy

I’ve returned from Exponent Philanthropy’s 2016 National Conference in Chicago – another home-run event from the largest membership association in philanthropy.

I had the honor of co-presenting to a packed room on Leadership Succession Planning with colleagues Rosemary DiRita (Relationship Manager, Glenmede) and Ruth Masterson (Senior Program Director, Exponent Philanthropy).
Here are a few lessons we shared:

Read these blogs co-authored by my colleague, Jill Blair, and me about the importance of Leadership Succession Planning:

Why it’s Important to Start Planning for Leadership Succession Now

How Leadership Succession Planning Can More Deeply Engage Family and Board Members

Leave a Reply