Nonprofit board governance is indispensable to nonprofit success. From board recruitment and selection to roles, responsibilities, and regulatory requirements, we assist leaders to maximize their board's value and success, both as individual members and collectively.
Executive coaching can make the difference in a successful career. We maintain a select coaching practice that allows us to focus on each client individually and be available to them when needed.
From conference keynotes and breakout sessions to public and private educational sessions, Sumption & Wyland has delivered speaking and training engagements to hundreds of organizations and communities focused on professional development and specialized knowledge transfer.
Margaret Sumption's "Leading in the Moment" e-newsletter has become quite the information and advice resource since it was launched six months ago. Check under the "Resources" tab on the website navigation pane. Review the issues and especially the downloadable worksheets and guides!
Many businesses generate and/or respond to requests for proposals (RFPs) as a standard technique for building and conducting business. We don't, and here's why.
We are asked sometimes about the difference between the terms “charity,” “nonprofit,” non-profit,” and “not-for-profit.” This is a very good question, as many people use the terms interchangeably and incorrectly. So, here’s a brief explanation of terms. The answer has to do with state and federal law, and who is speaking.
Sumption & Wyland, established in 1990, provides nonprofit board governance consulting, strategic planning for hospitals and other select clients, and executive coaching services.About Us
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