Podcast Episode 1: J. Clarke Price, FASAE, CAE - Leadership and Not-For-Profits
Clarke Price, FASAE, CAE discusses that in the not-for-profit world, leadership can be quite different than in the corporate world. Great leaders spend a lot of time building a consensus and support among the organization for the direction they want the organization to take. It’s not enough to just have a vision and say, “This is where we’re going.” Great leaders have the ability to explain that their path is the right thing to do.
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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Recognize how storytelling and communicating your vision is critical to success
List reasons why some people may just not be cut out for leadership
Identify qualities of good leaders
Identify strategies for getting great people on your not-for-profit board
Motivation and Inspiration
Field of Study: Personal Development
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: Basic
Designed For: Practitioners, auditors, analysts, firm administrators, and finance professionals
Instructor: J. Clarke Price, FASAE, CAE
Publish Date: 06/27/2016
Clarke Price, FASAE, CAE, completed a 40-year career with The Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA), including 22 years as President & CEO of this progressive, nationally recognized association serving Certified Public Accountants. Before being named CEO Clarke worked in virtually all areas of the operation, including public relations, membership development, governmental relations and marketing.
Clarke’s work on behalf of the accounting profession and the scope of his influence was recognized by Accounting Today which named him as “one of the 100 most influential people in the accounting profession” on 10 occasions. He was also selected as “a technology superstar” by Accounting Technology magazine. He is a past chair of both AICPA’s Accountants Legal Liability Committee and the Accounting Careers Committee. The American Institute of CPAs presented its Distinguished Service Award to Clarke for his work organizing and as chairman of the boards of the State Societies Network, Inc. and Shared Services, LLC, organizations that sought to unite the state CPA organizations and AICPA by sharing common functions & operations.
Before joining The Ohio Society of CPAs, Clarke was an Account Executive with a New Jersey-based advertising agency where he served clients in the resort and sporting goods industries. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as Public Information Specialist for the First Army in New York City. Clarke received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Franklin University in December 1969. He currently serves as a member of the Franklin University Board of Trustees and is chairman of the Audit, Controls and Compliance Committee.
Since retiring, Clarke was invited to become a Founder of the Ross Leadership Institute. He currently consults with associations on leadership development strategies, governance issues & strategic planning.