Four reasons your nonprofit and its mission can benefit from conducting a board evaluation.
Asked to join a nonprofit board? Here’s what to look for in your due diligence process – before you sign on the dotted line.
No executive director has all gifts, and many are brilliant. But what about the nonprofit CEO who is terrific in some ways but whose strengths are matched with some troubling flaws as well?
Board evaluations of ED performance are radically different from any other type of performance review and must be approached differently.
How to remove a board member that consistently disrupts meetings or is otherwise destructive and demoralizing.
Consult a labor law professional to check federal and state laws before firing an employee for excessive absences or with a known disability.
One way to be sure that each person on the board is clear on his or her responsibilities is to adopt a board member contract.
A board chair shares how their organization found itself on the precipice of bankruptcy and then was able to walk away.
The 360-Degree Look helps compensate for the board’s limited view of how well the organization is functioning by seeking other viewpoints.
Perhaps the single most important attribute of an effective board is also its most intangible: An independent sense of itself.