NEW! From the Leader to Leader Institute, an article titled, "Leading Transition: A New Model for Change," by William Bridges and Susan Mitchell Bridges.

NEW! Visit this link from the Illinois Arts Alliance called "Planning for Succession." Visit this blog titled "Creating the Future: Hildy's Online Journal for Community Driven Institutes" for a discussion & comments on the coming leadership gap. Visit Tammy Erickson's blog at the Harvard Business School. Erickson is co-author of four Harvard Business Review articles and the books Retire Retirement: Career Strategies for the Boomer Generation and Workforce Crisis: How to Beat the Coming Shortage of Skills and Talent, states in a recent blog post, “I'm convinced that Gen X'ers will be the leaders we need. The experiences that shaped those of you who were teens in the late '70s and '80s, as I've outlined in past posts, translate into valuable contemporary traits and perspectives.” offers "transition tips" for departing executives, boards and arriving executives, along with a quarterly on-line newsletter offering step-by-step guidance on nonprofit executive transitions. the grand-daddy of non-profit management, CompassPoint has been writing about succession and executive transition longer than almost anyone. strengthens non-profit organizations through assessment, education and empowerment of leadership during periods of transition and change. The Museum Trusteeship Association, a network informing, advising, and inspiring museum trustees. Contains a 15-page PDF titled Succession Planning and Executive Transition Management: An Introduction to the Next Steps Workshop presented October 10, 2006 by, Annie E. Casey et al.