Leading your nonprofit’s board of directors through tense budget meetings or aggravating event plans is hard work in itself. But you can’t blame those irksome tasks as the real reason for disengaged nonprofit board members.
In fact, nonprofit execs blame a lack of community and sense of fun as the real cause of checked-out board members. You may not be encouraging the atmosphere board members need if this comes as a surprise. To commit to your organization, board members should enjoy being a part of it.
For five practical tips on cheering your nonprofit board members up, read the article below.
5 Tips for a Happier and More Effective Board [Fired-Up Fundraising]