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Nonprofit Strategies for Board Members and CEOs by Tom Iselin. (Day 13 - Culture: 2 of 10)

Updated: Apr 25

The "Nonprofit Strategies" series provides strategies, tips, tactics, secrets, trainings, and lessons for board members, CEOs, and staff to improve performance, impact, engagement, governance, and culture of their nonprofit. There are 22 videos in the series. This one is 7 min. It's a general overview of what viewers can expect from the series. This is video is part of Tom Iselin's series on building a "Get it Done! culture for your board, staff, organization. This video is provides a brief case study of why it's important to build a unified culture . . . and the downside consequences if you don't.




Nonprofit Strategies for Board Members

Nonprofit Strategies for Board Members

Tom Iselin

“America’s Best Board Retreat and Strategic Planning Facilitator”


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Tom Iselin has built four sector-leading nonprofits and four foundations. He’s written six books, sits on six boards, and hosts a video blog and podcast. Each year, Tom speaks to more than 5,000 nonprofit leaders at conferences across the country. He is considered America's best board retreat and strategic planning facilitator and is a leading authority on high-performance nonprofits, and his impact on the industry has been featured on CNN, Nightline, and in Newsweek.


Tom is the president of First Things First, a business specializing in board development retreats, strategic planning, fundraising, executive coaching, and speaking. To relax, he loves mountain biking, hiking, skiing, tennis, and baking.


If you’re in the hunt for the best board retreat/board development facilitation, or the best strategic planning facilitation, it would be a privilege to learn more about your organization and the aspirations you hope to achieve as you work to propel your noble mission. Jot me an email to set up a meet-and-greet call.



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