Board of Directors
Behind involved, dedicated and committed board of directors, your nonprofit can achieve great things. However, when board members aren’t all pulling their weight, they can sink an organization. When the bad outweighs the good, nonprofits can’t be afraid to remove a nonprofit board members, especially when they are ineffective.
Creating your budget isn’t as simple as copy and pasting last year’s numbers. Instead, it should be an event that your whole team buys into and forecasts where the money will come from and go during the next year.
How many of you out there have actually had this thought cross your mind: “Do we really need a board?”
Sometimes meetings make you want to tear your hair out. But maximizing meetings is easy when you keep these three M’s in mind.
Nonprofits are all working toward the same purpose, but when they come together they can achieve more. This teamwork is manifested through partnerships, management agreements or even a full-fledged merger.
Communication is the staple of a stellar nonprofit board. Unfortunately, board member communication is also the hardest part about being on a board.
The FIFA scandal is just one recent example of leadership gone bad. Ideally, you’ll realize leadership has gone bad long before criminal investigations happen.