Many organizations are facing a major leadership transition in the next few years. Is it possible to use such a leadership change as an opportunity to grow the capacity of your organization? Managed well, a leadership change honors the past, inspires creativity among board members and staff, lays the foundation for expanded organizational performance, and creates an environment in which the new leader is likely to thrive. Managed poorly, a leadership change is often a stressful, anxious experience that causes an organization to lose momentum, compromise the services it provides, jeopardize key relationships with stakeholders, and make it difficult for the new leader to succeed. Learn how to set your organization up for success.