Author Archives: Sal Mondelli

07 Mar

Millennials and Baby Boomers have the same aspirations

Sal MondelliBy Sal Mondelli

I’ll bet you were surprised at the title of this blog!! While attending a round table session that focused on talent management for 2017 and beyond, a light bulb went on when participants were discussing millennials and their work aspirations. We have heard them for the past few years: Millennials want to work on projects

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30 Nov

Advice from a CEO for New Board Members

Sal MondelliBy Sal Mondelli

A portion of this article was originally published by Eide Bailly in its “Nonprofits Talk” blog. I recently stepped down as CEO of 360 Communities, a social services not-for-profit agency serving over 18,000 individuals per year in Dakota County, after serving in that capacity for four and a half years. This was my first opportunity running a not-for-profit

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06 Oct

Succession Planning and CEO Personalities

Sal MondelliBy Sal Mondelli

I found the recent Harvard Business Review article “A CEO’s Personality Can Undermine Succession Planning” an interesting read, and it raised a question for me: How can the issues described by the authors (having no succession plan or successor, going through the motions of designating a successor, designating the wrong successor, or undermining or discrediting

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