The nonprofit boards best equipped to lead their organizations are self-aware, function in constructive partnership with their chief executives…performance.
Specific legal obligations vary state by state. Recognizing and adopting these practices not only benefits individual charitable nonprofits, but also donors, individuals, and communities.
This requires a systematic three-step process that readies both internal and external candidates for transition to the executive chair.
A recent study found that satisfying meetings with these four tips can empower employees, rather than deplete them.
This timeline is provided as a basis for discussion and development of the planning process, and should be modified and customized to meet your organization’s needs.
This third edition of The Effective Not-for-Profit Board discusses NPO governance within the current regulatory and stakeholder environment.
Just like at a business, a nonprofit CEO should have periodic evaluations.
This printable tool is a summary adapted from “Governance as Leadership” Reframing the Work of Nonprofit Boards.
So, you’re bringing on new board members. Congratulations! How are you going to train them?
Boards typically aren’t prepared to replace their chief executive. But new research shows this doesn’t have to be the case.