Would your nonprofit like to benefit from a collaborative board?
Think about the possibilities of having a board that functions at a maximum performance level.
An atmosphere of collaboration stimulates supportive participation and leverages individual strengths that amplifies what might be possible for a board and the organization it serves.
When you develop a board that works collaboratively, has a willingness to consider innovative approaches, and thinks and acts strategically, you transform it into a high-value asset.
A board functioning at this level provides both guidance and action that helps your organization adapt to meet new challenges. A transformative environment also serves as a motivational engagement tool for current and future board members.
A collaborative culture also unleashes problem-solving creativity.
Moreover, when board members participate in developing strategies, the board members have enthusiasm for implementing them. This is the support that leads organizations to meet and exceed their goals.
Build a foundation for cooperative engagement by recruiting collaboratively minded individuals for your board who have demonstrated their ability to work well with others. Look for that same trait when developing future board leaders.
If your nonprofit would like to benefit from a collaborative board, make developing that culture a priority.
What are other actions can you take to start building a collaborative board?