GEO 2009 Leadership Case Study: The Hawai'i Community Foundation

Source: 
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Date

2009

Case Study Sector

Management

The Hawai'i Community Foundation's Promoting Outstanding Nonprofit Organizations (PONO) (Hawaii) program brings mid-career nonprofit executives together for a year-long program of collective learning. The program also offers participants the opportunity to design and implement capacity-building projects that focus on a critical issue or entrepreneurial opportunity facing their organization. The two areas of focus for the program are to build the capacity of individuals to lead nonprofit organizations and to build the capacity of organizations to deliver upon their missions.

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Keyword

  • Evaluation

Region

  • Northern America

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