Arty Trost's extensive consulting experience provides a rich resource for participants. Her clients range from Fortune 500 corporations to public agencies to small grassroots community organizations throughout the US. Arty has presented workshops, seminars, and institutes across the country and keynoted national, regional, and state conferences.

In 1989 she was honored by an invitation to become a member of the internationally renowned NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science. She is also co-author of the book, Gaining Momentum for Board Action.

Arty lives with her husband on an “old MacDonald’s farm.” When she’s not consulting she’s fixing fences, cleaning out the barn, or flying her ultralight. And she knows she can go anywhere she wants with it.

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"You tell her." "No, YOU tell her." "Not Me! No Way!"

None of us wants to be the one who says, “You’ve got a problem.” We’d much rather someone else did it. And so most managers pull back from giving performance feedback to their staff. This problem is accentuated when the person receiving the performance feedback is the executive director of a nonprofit organization. Let’s look…