Where are my c-suite colleagues of small (not-for-profit) organizations? Would love your thoughts... I transitioned into a dream job, but one that came with some professional personnel 'red flags'. After putting one employee on disciplinary review - she's now gone on extended leave; one's on maternity leave (not due back for 9+ months); and another, whom had potential and was a real go-getter - has just resigned. I am now 'the lone one standing'. QUESTION: There's no way I want to jump ship - and I'll 'right the ship' soon enough - it won't sink - but we'll take on water as I look to learn the business more myself (I've only been here three(3) months); hire new/temporary/contract staff; and implement strategic plans for the long-term sustainability of the organization. The Board has been supportive - but even they don't understand the magnitude of the workload (I've been putting in 10-15 hour days just to keep us afloat). Do I ask for a review of my employment contract/compensation NOW (when the fear they might loose me too is real) - or ride it out and hope they'll remember to compensate me, accordingly, later (at my annual review)?