One aspect of a healthy #organizationalculture is inclusive decision-making. While the CEOs, Executive Directors, and other senior leaders of companies and nonprofits need to make the final decision on most issues, organizations benefit from broad participation in important discussions and decision-making.
This is particularly true for nonprofits. The organization can engage diverse groups of people who care about the organization’s work, from front line staff to administrative support to board members, as well as the people they serve. This way, perspectives from both inside and outside the organization can be considered. By doing so, nonprofits are able to mobilize support, learn from peers, and respond to community concerns.