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Governing With Soul: How Joy, Courage and Compassion Are Taking Charities to the Next Level
Want to find the best practices of 53 charities in one place? This book shares the keys to the success of charities, "governed with soul" in an easy-to-read resource. Governing With Soul brings a spirited approach to the important work of governing charities. Through interviews with 53 charities and foundations in Canada, the U.S., England and Ireland, this book celebrates the creativity and spirit of organizations who practice governing with soul, and who have, as a result, achieved outstanding success with their missions.
Praise for Governing With Soul:
"A ground-breaking book... very easy to read, chock full of useful information garnered from the direct experience and insights of those who create soul-wise boards... brimming with lots of practical, innovative, and soul-releasing information, practices and ideas. If you serve on a non-profit board, or know someone who does, buy this book."
— Martin Rutte, Chair Centre for Spirituality and the Workplace at the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary's University, Halifax and Co-author of The New York Times business bestseller, Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work
"Governing with Soul offers a refreshing and inspiring perspective on nonprofit governance. Its deeply felt values and vision-based approach reminds us of why board members and staff devote energy and passion to helping people and improving communities through nonprofit social benefit organizations. Its emphasis on respect, fulfilment, compassion and shared values makes this a wise, imaginative, and very useful publications."
— Jini Stolk, Executive Director, Creative Trust
ISBN 978-1895589-83-5 Civil Sector Press 2010