In this episode, Angie Lion of Black River Performance Management and Amy Little of Jannus discuss the leadership competency decision making. In this podcast Amy shares the model she uses for decision making. Amy shares stories about when she made decisions that didn’t turn out so good and what she learned from each of those decisions. She also shares stories of making really great decisions that weren’t popular when she first made the decisions, but looking back they were the right decision.
Amy Ridenour Little is an award-winning nonprofit executive leader with over 20 years of service in the nonprofit sector, with experience in operations, financial management, human resources and talent management. She is also a seasoned development professional with more than 12 years of fundraising, fund development, and grant writing experience. Amy has twice been honored by the Idaho Business Review as an honoree for their annual Woman of the Year program and received the 2016 Alpha Gamma Delta Talent of Leadership award. Most recently Amy earned the recognition as one of the 50 most Influential Business Leaders in Idaho by the Idaho Business Review. Amy currently serves as the chief executive officer of Jannus, Inc. Prior to Jannus, Amy served in a variety of leadership roles including as CEO of the Idaho Nonprofit Center, Director of Education Impact for RISE: Treasure Valley’s Education Partnership and the CEO of the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce. In addition to her professional role, she was appointed by Governor Little to the Serve Idaho Commission in December 2021, is a regional board member for Thrivent, a financial services organization, and is on the board of directors for the Boise Nice Project.