Nonprofit Board Answer Book: Practical Guidelines for Board Members and Chief Executives

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National Center for Nonprofit Boards, 1997 - Business & Economics - 197 pages
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Written for seasoned as well as new nonprofit leaders, this book covers virtually every issue likely to be encountered in nonprofit board governance in an easy-to-follow question-and-answer format. Topics covered include: recruitment, diversity, fund raising, strategic planning, assessment, and responsibilities of board members. Sure to help your board become more efficient, productive, and successful.

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What are the fundamental roles of a nonprofit board?
What is the boards role in determining mission
How should the board communicate its activities

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Frederic L. Laughlin (Sandy Springs, MD), a former partner of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, now works extensively as a consultant with The Andringa Group, specializing in guidance for nonprofits Robert C. Andringa, PH.D. (Anthem, AZ) is head of the Andringa Group, consulting to boards and CEOs of international, national, and regional organizations. He is the author of three previous books, including" Nonprofit Board Answer Book,"


At the time of his death, Engstrom was President Emeritus of World Vision International. He also was formerly Executive Director and President of Youth for Christ International. He authored over 50 books.

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