The Art of Inclusion: Success Stories of African Americans in the Nonprofit Sector

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Universal-Publishers, 2006 - 208 páginas
Success Stories of African Americans in the Nonprofit Sector presents the stories of 6 executives whose stories define African-American business success. Thriving in spite of multiple obstacles, they have enjoyed extraordinary careers at (and helped build the fortunes of) nonprofit organizations. In remarkably candid interviews, these exemplary professionals reveal not only the secrets of their successes, but the sources of their fears, their most difficult challenges, and their hopes for the future. Their experiences are presented according to what they reveal about the black experience in the white-centric workplace, from uncertainty to confidence, from struggle to strength, and from enjoying success to giving back in the name of those whose fortunes have yet to turn.

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Página 45 - Partnership is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that uses public education and advocacy to promote fairness in the workplace, quality health care, and policies that help women and men meet the dual demands of work and family.
Página vii - The earnings of women and ethnic minorities, 1959-1979. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 41(4):530-546.
Página 34 - The Urban League is the nation's oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. The Urban League movement was founded in 1910. The National Urban League, headquartered in New York City, spearheads our nonprofit, nonpartisan, communitybased movement. The heart of the Urban League movement is our professionally staffed Urban League affiliates in over 100 cities in 34 states and...
Página 49 - It has been suggested that satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment are related but distinguishable attitudes (Brooke and Price, 1989). Satisfaction represents an affective response to specific aspects of the job or career and denotes the pleasurable or positive emotional state resulting from an appraisal of one's job or career (Locke, 1976; Porter et al., 1974; Williams and Hazer, 1986). Organizational commitment is an affective response to the whole organization and the degree...
Página 14 - Center is the nation's leading authority on philanthropy and is dedicated to serving grant seekers, grant makers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.
Página 26 - With this limitation in mind, it seems fair to state that a typical trustee of an American foundation is a man * well past middle age ; he is more often than not a man of considerable affluence, or one whose economic security ranks high; his social position in the community is that of a person who belongs to the higher income-receiving class of the population; he is, presumably, "respectable" and "conventional" and belongs to the "best" clubs and churches, and he associates with men of prestige,...
Página 1 - My challenge to the young people is to pick up where this generation has left off, to create a world where every man, woman, and child is not limited, except by their own capabilities. COLIN POWELL...
Página 38 - What matters is not the leader's charisma. What matters is the leader's mission. Therefore, the first job of the leader is to think through and define the mission of the institution.
Página xviii - HM (1985). Measuring and predicting managerial success. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 26, 189-205.

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