Formatted as a letter, the author uses his business and nonprofit board experience to discuss the characteristics and structure of an effective board while reflecting on common problems and conflict.
eleven "marks" of an effective board, individual and collective leadership roles, communication, relationship between the board and president, responsibility to the organization
Clergy and lay leaders
Purchase as a book or e-book
- Increase the effectiveness of your board by re-examining individual and collective leadership roles and restructuring responsibilities if needed.
- Focus on implementing the eleven "marks" of an effective board to redefine how you approach mission, planning, and building relationships.