“Accounting can get messy. Systematize and document your processes, and delegate to the appropriate roles.”
That was just one of the practical, but necessary, pieces of advice that Tosha Anderson, founder & CEO of The Charity CFO, shared as a guest on the latest episode (No.87) of the Path Podcast.
Hosted by Dr. Patton McDowell, this episode dives into the specifics of nonprofit leadership. Further, individuals in this type of role need a wide range of skills and experiences to be successful.
Discussed in this episode of the Path Podcast
But, no single leader can manage all of the technical aspects of a growing enterprise without help. So, this episode is for any nonprofit leader who is looking to find answers to key questions such as:
- What important contracts and agreements should you be focused on?
- Why is it hard for people and your fundraisers to get along?
- What is the best way to manage the accounting and bookkeeping part of your business?
- And more!
If you are new in your leadership position, you may not even know where to begin. Fortunately, look no further than this podcast episode to get you started!
Next Steps for Nonprofit Leaders and Listeners
Interested in learning more about Patton and PMA Consulting? Need help identifying your organization’s points of pain? Looking to build a plan to knock them out? Hoping for the resources to help you be at your best? Then you need to check out this Patton’s website.
Did you realize that your accounting, bookkeeping and financial thought leadership is a point of pain for your nonprofit? Schedule a FREE CONSULTATION with Tosha Anderson and her team here.
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