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Underground Fire: Prevent, Identify and Survive Organizational Meltdowns

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99 pages1 hour

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If you are a leader of a faith-based nonprofit, it’s just a matter of time before you encounter the spirit whose mission is to take you out and divide your organization. In this book you will learn how to prevent, identify, and survive an internal organizational meltdown. “Underground Fire outlines the issues and solutions surrounding internal meltdowns with organizations in a simple and practical way. I highly recommend it to all nonprofits.” Renee Wooten, former Nonprofit CEO, Vancouver, WA "Managing an internal meltdown in any organization is physically, emotionally, and spiritually exhausting. Underground Fire helps leaders to prevent, identify, and survive betrayal organization." Penny Albarado, Former Nonprofit Executive, Jacksonville, FL "Underground Fire offers a blueprint for leaders to mitigate the personal betrayals and vicious character assassinations that are common during organizational meltdowns. Every leader should have this book in their library." DeAnn Visser, Former President/CEO, LaVie, Billings, MT Beth Chase is the CEO of Chase Advancement Inc and has over 35 years in leadership coaching and working with nonprofit corporations in organizational development, risk management, and strategic alignment. She is the host of LifeWorked Primed podcast and a weekly BlogTalk radio broadcast. Beth is a popular conference and workshop speaker.

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