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Boost Board Commitment With This Recruiting Mindset

Welcome to Hardy Smith’s blog, where he shares experience and insight learned through decades in the corporate world and advocating on behalf of nonprofits and associations across America.

Hardy’s mission is to help maximize the performance of nonprofits and associations and their essential leadership teams.

If you’re seeking to triumph over communication challenges, bring meaningful and manageable solutions to, and realize measurable results of your organization, this blog will give you more than ideas — it will maximize your team’s performance like never before.

Boost Board Commitment With This Recruiting Mindset

I recently was interviewed by Wiley Publication’s “Board and Administrator” Editor Jeff Stratton in his article, “Boost Board Commitment With This Recruiting Mindset.” I discussed with Jeff the all-to-common disconnection between CEO expectations and board members they are working to recruit. Can you relate?

   

Take out the Trash

Are you asking or telling your volunteers what to do? They are, after all, volunteers.

Be A Leader Who Listens

Learning to listen can make good leaders into great leaders. Learning to listen enables not-so-successful leaders to turn negative results into positive ones. When we learn to bring out the best in others, we can develop the skills for success in leadership roles.

Boost Board Commitment With This Recruiting Mindset

I recently was interviewed by Wiley Publication’s “Board and Administrator” Editor Jeff Stratton in his article, “Boost Board Commitment With This Recruiting Mindset.” I discussed with Jeff the all-to-common disconnection between CEO expectations and board members they are working to recruit. Can you relate?

   

Take out the Trash

Are you asking or telling your volunteers what to do? They are, after all, volunteers.

Be A Leader Who Listens

Learning to listen can make good leaders into great leaders. Learning to listen enables not-so-successful leaders to turn negative results into positive ones. When we learn to bring out the best in others, we can develop the skills for success in leadership roles.