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About Rebecca Reynolds
Rebecca Reynolds is a writer, speaker and guide to leaders. Reynolds recently published her manual for nonprofit leaders, Nonprofit-KnowHow, and also writes essays on a wide range of leadership subjects.
These essays are based on 20 years work in the development and transformation of leaders under the auspices of her consulting firm, RRC. This work has taken Reynolds to some intriguing places - a remote fishing village on Vancouver Island to address ecosystem protection; a tiny border town on the Rio Grande to support asylum seekers, immigrants and women; and a world-class ski resort in the Rocky Mountains to build a clubhouse for aspiring Olympians.
Reynolds supports the advancement of executive leadership and business function, whether that's developing governance processes, creating strategic plans, building institutional capital, or some combination thereof. She is an expert on collaboration and collective leadership, and supports governments in the development of innovative policy and plans.
In early 2012, Reynolds wrote Nonprofit-KnowHow, which has been nominated for the Terry McAdam book award, to reach the growing nonprofit sector with time-tested know-how and practical implementation tools.