The Leadership Working Group of the Nonprofit Congress (a major initiative of the National Council of Nonprofit Associations) began meeting in February 2007 to examine the status of leadership development throughout the nonprofit sector and attempt to draw conclusions based on what they observed. The product of their research is the report Nonprofit Leadership: A Sampler of Networks, Fellowships, and Workshops. The purpose of this document is to provide information and guidance to those building or growing leadership programs. It includes qualitative reviews of 12 leadership programs throughout the country. This report was just the first step in a larger effort to identify the leadership needs of the sector and provide resources to help fill those needs. The Leadership Working Group has also developed curriculum pieces for nonprofits to use in encouraging intergenerational dialogue and building leadership among all staff. This document, titled "Work With Me: Intergenerational Conversations for Nonprofit Leadership," seeks to provide a means for nonprofit staffers of all generations to discuss the organizational, structural, and emotional barriers to true leadership transfer. For more information on that document, please visit our website: http://www.nonprofitcongress.org/workwithme.