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The Reinvention of the Interim CEO as a Change-maker

Change is needed in times of leadership conflict

Change is what associations, nonprofits, individuals and families are experiencing now and for the foreseeable future—unprecedented change like never seen before. During this time of change, both association CEOs and volunteer leaders have realized that an executive leadership transition is needed. So, how can volunteer leaders approach the transition to ensure success?

We suggest an increased dedication toward the use of interim CEOs.

The ASAE Research Foundation's newest report, "The Role of the Interim CEO: Key Insights of Association Executive Transitions," examines the hallmarks of a successful association interim CEO and shows how having an interim CEO is a critical step in achieving longer-term organizational goals. However, the lessons learned from the research offer valuable insights for any kind of change—and its successful management.

Please select this link to read the complete article from ASAE’s Center for Association Leadership.

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