Here are three tips to produce a better outcome after rejecting a board member — for both the rejected candidate and the nonprofit.
Leading the Board
As boards become more diverse, ensuring that members are fully and meaningfully welcomed, oriented and engaged should become a bigger priority for nonprofit boards, too. Here are seven common-sense suggestions to improve your board’s engagement and inclusion efforts.
The relationship between a nonprofit board and the CEO/executive director is frequently referred to as a partnership. Most governance literature cites that the board and executive partnership is a goal where there is a clear distinction between the roles and a relationship that is equal and balanced.
Boards may improve their understanding of and effectiveness as a body by developing their own board totem pole process.
Numbers are a dominant question when it comes to designing an effective board. This list highlights the challenges that come to mind.
A new executive, and hopefully every nonprofit employee, often consumes a large part of their first day of employment in the human resources office being onboarded to the proper processes and rules of the organization. But what if, for CEOs in particular, a bit more ritual was added?