The Role of the Board in Nonprofit Success
23 Habits of High-Performing Nonprofit Boards.
- Standing committees with long-term assignments are kept to an absolute minimum.
- Each committee that comes into being has a specific reason for being, with specific deliverables and action items.
This list shares many ideas for making your board more effective. Let's make your board a huge contributor to your organization!
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