This paper reports on a project funded by the Genesis Foundation to interview CEOs of Australian Christian not-for-profits about the leadership needs of organisations, as part of the development of a new not-for-profit leadership specialisation within the Master of Leadership at Alphacrucis College. This program fills a gap in leadership education by integrating the skills the next generation of Christian not-for-profit leaders need to run large and complex organisations with the capacity to maintain the Christian identity and mission of the organisation. Those interviewed emphasised the importance of character formation, the need for programs tailored to a particular context of the organisation, and the intense time and resource pressures on programs for their future leaders. It is hoped these and other findings reported will be useful for practitioners in the sector.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Third Sector Review|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2020|