Distance training is a whole different game from a sprint. You need to know how to pace yourself and how to use endurance to finish the task at hand. As a nonprofit leader, it’s important to recognize how your long-distance or sprint leadership will affect your team.
Keep long-term goals in mind as you lead. You’ll set your nonprofit up for more success than if you tried to conquer huge short-term goals with no follow-up plan. Having a long-term plan will not only help you keep others on track, but it’ll also help you establish your own goals.
To learn more about how you can improve your endurance leadership skills, click the article linked below.
Your 20-Mile March [Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog]