Great nonprofit leadership requires better compensation

01/22/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Nonprofit organizations need to align their leadership compensation with for-profit employers if they want to attract the kind of management needed to really develop their organizations, Dan Pallotta writes. "It's time we let the talent drive the compensation, not the compensation drive the talent," he writes.

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