Now more than ever, the not-for-profit and public sectors need leaders with innovative ideas and approaches to help revolutionize public service standards that meet a broad spectrum of market forces. IIC Partners has engaged with clients in not-for-profit and public sectors to address the needs of academic institutions, associations, hospitals, government, human services or arts and culture.
Our Higher Education & Not For Profit teams understand that with all the changes in governance and calls for transparency, there is a need for strong leadership and effective delivery. IIC Partners helps our clients find these world class senior leaders who have the skills and flexibility to work with staff, boards, auditors, peer agencies, treasuries, donors, sponsors and funding bodies in order to develop and execute innovative solutions.
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IIC Partners has in-depth understanding of organizational cultures and the unique challenges of the nonprofit sector. We have extensive experience in working with executive boards and search committees to align organizational goals and build consensus among leadership selections.
Higher education leadership now requires a wider range of skills, experience, and traits. The requirements and expectations of leaders are changing rapidly now that conventional funding models are diminishing or shifting focus, expectations from all stakeholders are changing, emerging and evolving technologies are disrupting all educational aspects, and leaders are now required to account for higher standards of efficiency and transparency.
Our Higher Education & Not For Profit expertise coverage areas include:
- Arts and culture
- Higher Education
- Hospitals, Systems & Services
- Human Services
- Public policy/government
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