Nonprofit Boards: What to Do and how to Do it
What are nonprofit boards supposed to do? This operator's manual for today's nonprofit board of directors details the responsibilities of the board; explains how to articulate the nonprofit's vision and mission; describes processes for evaluating the board chair and directors; explains how to evaluate the board's decision making; and outlines how to improve the dreaded board meeting.
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