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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