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

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2001 - Business & Economics - 241 pages
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Shows how chief executives, board members, and the entire leadership team can join in forging a partnership that transforms ordinary boards into extraordinary leaders. Helps nonprofits reach beyond nuts and bolts issues like running good meetings, to developing leadership that makes the board a true
 

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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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DOUGLAS C. EADIE is the founder and president of Strategic Development Consulting, Inc., and Doug Eadie Presents! As consultant, writer, and speaker in the field of nonprofit leadership and management, Eadie specializes in designing and implementing processes that produce innovation, strengthening chief executive and board leadership, and building executive teams. Over the past twenty-five years, he has worked with more than three hundred nonprofit organizations. Eadie has also served as a public and nonprofit executive.

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