Governance


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Selecting and Developing Board Leadership: Choose Your Leaders Wisely
Selecting and Developing Board Leadership: Choose Your Leaders Wisely Thu, Jun 07, 2018 Can an organization with such a casual approach — picking leaders without much forethought — really be serious about achieving its stated purpose? Shouldn’t leadership selection be intentional instead of accidental? Read More

Be Intentional with Board Solicitation
Be Intentional with Board Solicitation Tue, Apr 03, 2018 How does your organization communicate its opportunities for leadership nominations? The recruitment process must be intentional. Look to these examples for inspiration. Read More

Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process
Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Nonprofits have long been challenged by unmet expectations in board member engagement and performance. Whatever the challenges, they can be effectively and proactively addressed by starting with an honest evaluation of your current board recruitment ... Read More

Implementing Change for Nonprofits
Implementing Change for Nonprofits Sat, Apr 30, 2016 Nonprofit leaders recognize that new solutions are needed to address the nonprofit sector’s evolving challenges. Read More

Fixing Nonprofit Governance
Fixing Nonprofit Governance Sun, Aug 30, 2015 To say Simone Joyaux is passionate about fixing problems in nonprofit board governance is an understatement. Read More

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