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Roger Sibley States For An Organization To Be Successful, It Needs Leadership, Followership and a Shared Sense of Purpose

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  • Date Added : 12/14/2007
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Roger Sibley

  • Executive Director, Franziska Racker Centers
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  • Caucasian
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Roger Sibley is the Executive Director of the Franziska Racker Centers. Franziska Racker Centers is a not-for-profit which creates programs to provide opportunities for people with special needs through every stage of life.

There's a book that I like on leadership and most of my favorite books are things like Carl Sandberg's 'Lincoln' and Edmund Morris on Teddy Roosevelt. I mean that's where you can learn a lot about leadership is by the biographies of people, but this guy named Gary Wills who wrote a fairly obscure b...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Academic Background And Decision To Become Human Services Professional
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Video 2 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Importance of Learning Broadly While an Undergrad
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Video 3 of 25 Roger Sibley States His Organization Helps People and Acts As A Change Agent In The World
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Video 4 of 25 Roger Sibley Provides Thoughts on Defining Success
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Video 5 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Purpose of Racker Center
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Video 6 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses How Racker Center Differentiates Itself From Other Social Service Organizations
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Video 7 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Importance of Making Organization Distinctive
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Video 8 of 25 Roger Sibley States People Are Now Viewing Not-For-Profit Jobs As Long-Term Career Opportunities
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Video 9 of 25 Roger Sibley States Not-For-Profits Answer To The Whole Community While Businesses Answer To Shareholders
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Video 10 of 25 Roger Sibley States Not For Profits Have To Be Entrepreneurial Because of Their Need For Innovation
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Video 11 of 25 Roger Sibley States Cash Flow Is More Complicated in Not For Profits
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Video 12 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Roles of Volunteers In Not For Profit Organization
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Video 13 of 25 Roger Sibley States For An Organization To Be Successful, It Needs Leadership, Followership and a Shared Sense of Purpose
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Video 14 of 25 Roger Sibley States Good Leaders Are Participants
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Video 15 of 25 Roger Sibley States Organization Should Focus More On Teamwork and Less On Hierarchy
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Video 16 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses How Not For Profits Should Relate To Donors
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Video 17 of 25 Roger Sibley States Leaders Need To Help People Develop Shared Goals
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Video 18 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Importance of Having Work-Life Balance
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Video 19 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses Challenges Facing Human Service Organizations
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Video 20 of 25 Roger Sibley States Biggest Surprise Is That He Has Worked At Same Organization For 28 Years
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Video 21 of 25 Roger Sibley States Employees Need To Feel Like They Make A Difference
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Video 22 of 25 Roger Sibley Shares Thoughts On The Disability Movement
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Video 23 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses How Organization Gets Feedback
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Video 24 of 25 Roger Sibley States Goal For Any Human Service Organization Is To Go Out Of Business
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Video 25 of 25 Roger Sibley Discusses How Not For Profits Can Compete With For Profits
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