Extraordinary Board Leadership: The Seven Keys to High-impact Governance

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
Despite the best intentions, many nonprofits never take full advantage of board members' wisdom, talents, influence, and contacts. Nonprofit leadership expert Doug Eadie has a method for changing that! In his new book, Extraordinary Board Leadership, Eadie reveals the power of high-impact governance. With Eadie's guidance, chief executives, board members, and the entire leadership team can join in forging a partnership that transforms ordinary boards into extraordinary leaders. Drawing on experience with more than 400 nonprofits, Eadie helps nonprofits reach beyond success with nuts and bolts issues--like writing bylaws or running good meetings--to develop dynamic leadership that makes the board a true asset in leading change and achieving unprecedented results.
 

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Contents

Developing the Board As a Human Resource
43
Building and Maintaining the BoardCEO
77
Developing Your Boards Structure and Performance
111
Involving Your Board in Leading Innovation
147
Involving Your Board in Operational Planning
191
Suggested Bibliography
231
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