Skip to main content

6 Leadership Lessons Corporate Leaders Can Learn From Nonprofits

6 Leadership Lessons Corporate Leaders Can Learn From Nonprofits

Women in nonprofits have long been perceived as needing different skills and holding different life goals than women in the for-profit sector. But as corporate responsibility takes hold and more for-profit organizations become mission-driven, the line between nonprofit and for-profit is blurring.The age of connected consumerism and social media has transformed the way people and organizations interact. More customers want to make a difference, and employees do, too. Women leading for-profit companies can learn a lot from their nonprofit counterparts. Nonprofits address the most pressing needs of society — including poverty, unemployment, and global conflict — that affect for-profit companies

This is only available to Ellevate Members.


Have more questions? Follow up with the expert herself.

{{playbook.title}}

Continue learning with this Ellevate Playbook:


Community Discussion

Log In to Comment Join Ellevate

Julie Halstead

This is a great article Mina. Thank you.

April 3, 2015

Start your day off with The Morning Boost, our daily newsletter with everything you need to take your career to the next level – all from members of the Ellevate community.

By sharing your email you agree to our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

By sharing your email you agree to our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

🎊

Thank you! Career advice and opportunities are on the way to your inbox.

Add your zip code, so we can invite you to our local events!