Levridge Resources can leverage the resources of Nonprofit organizations with our cadre of highly skilled, senior level professionals in nonprofit, education, government, and corporate leadership. We exist to advance nonprofit results and build capacity through interim senior engagements or consulting assignments. We have adapted our consulting processes to work in virtual consultations through video and conference calls.
Levridge interim assignments can be deliberate, dynamic components of a Board’s succession plan. Our executives help organizations use transitions to steer purposefully toward the future rather than bog down in operational backlogs because of a key vacancy.
We can also provide new strategies for service delivery and and operational changes during this difficult time of personal distancing.
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Levridge Resources News
Nonprofit Leadership Quarterly News
Newsletter, October 2019
by Kathy Ridge <Read Newsletter>
Interim Executive Management: Seven Benefits to Consider
A nonprofit organization that loses a top leader (e.g., chief staff officer, CEO, executive director, executive vice president) faces an anxiety-producing situation even under the best circumstances. But losing an executive without a succession plan in place can be particularly agonizing. <<read more>>
“By using LevRidge Resources, our board was able to move forward with a strategic plan after the departure of our CEO. LevRidge identified a seasoned, professional interim director to lead us during this transition period. Bruce LaRowe immediately gained the confidence of the board and advanced the museum’s many projects and initiatives. It allowed the board plenty of time to conduct a thoughtful search and hire an excellent permanent director. We are grateful.”
Weston M. Andress, past chairman of the Board of Trustees, Mint Museum
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and mission for
a sustainable future.