It’s time to put on a happy face, nonprofit CEOs! A study published in the journal Perception looked at the relationship between the facial appearance of nonprofit leaders and leadership success. Those who looked more likable or trustworthy led organizations that performed better on nonprofit metrics such as fundraising efficiency (the amount spent to raise $1 in contributions) and charitable commitment (percent of total expenses going to program services). The nonprofit leaders who looked the most dominant, with the highest power ratings, were less successful.