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Here are some guidelines for advisory committees, as well as a sample letter inviting an individual to join such a group.
This checklist points out the necessary elements in bylaws. It’s important to also stay compliant with applicable state and city laws.
Can nonprofit boards vote by mail and email? Attorney Gene Takagi and Emily Nicole Chan discuss both issues.
Consultant David La Piana discusses how boards tend to be frustrated with their committees when they don’t know how to organize them.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if boards could foresee the obstacles ahead – in time to make the right decisions? Absent a few sprinkles of fairy dust, using the devil’s advocate technique might assist you in identifying such obstacles. A devil’s advocate (D …
Three easy ways to accelerate the nonprofit board recruitment process by pre-qualifying prospective candidates.
A fresh and radical idea: consider eliminating all (or most) of your board committees. Too many boards are bogged down by committees that are inactive or maybe even semi-fictitious. And board members can feel compelled to be on three or four committees …