Would it support your cause if your organization took a stand on a public policy issue? Is it legal to do so? And how would you go about it?
Is an audit worth the expense for a nonprofit’s board of directors in these tough economic times?
Executive sessions can help nonprofits have frank discussions about staff performance, and help the board develop a sense of itself.
There are some good reasons why nonprofits sometimes have deficit budgets, that should be left that way. Find out why.
You may find that task forces with a specific purpose may provide better results than ongoing low-performing board committees.
In this economic climate, the old adage is even more relevant: Management is doing things right, while leadership is doing the right things.
What to say to if you run into someone who has made a donation or a grant to the organization on whose board you serve.