Recruiting board members requires a balanced approach, bringing us to the three Ts on nonprofit involvement: time, talent and treasure.
When a nonprofit is young, it may have few to no full-time employees. In that case, the board may have to be involved in operations. However, that’s not ideal as the organization grows. Here are 10 ways to ensure that your board is properly educated and empowered in its role and that it stays out of daily operations.
Because nonprofit leaders have a lot to manage, strategic planning often drops down on the priority list for nonprofits, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are four practical tips that will make your planning less stressful while also strengthening your leadership.
Boardable announced the release of its newest product version. This next evolution of Boardable's architecture has improved the speed it takes users to accomplish board engagement tasks. It has also added a new integration with Google Workspace and enhancements in design, security, and user experience.
How can you apply the knowledge and experiences you gained over the past 12 months to position your organization, leadership and team for a vibrant year ahead? Here are five strategies to amplify philanthropy for 2023.
Boards may improve their understanding of and effectiveness as a body by developing their own board totem pole process.
An inevitable and essential board role is making CEO succession plans. No CEO is irreplaceable, and, in fact, the roles and skills needed in a CEO will change over time and with the evolution of the organization.
Understanding themes and trends offers numerous benefits to you as a leader since they can help inform decisions and strategies.