The fearless leaders—board directors—in your nonprofit might come off as the cliff-jumping, bear-wrestling and shark-fighting type. But it’s time for your leaders to quit the exotic animal fighting and be courageous board members as well.
Board members should work efficiently and effectively with its staff in order to improve the mission of the nonprofit.
The board strategies can often be defined into three separate philosophies. One such philosophy is the “Controlling” stance. Sometimes those who operate by a controlling philosophy lack board development skills.
To be the fearless board leader that you know you yearn to be, first recognize how you are leading your nonprofit and make fitting adjustments in regards to developing your organization as opposed to simply managing it.
For the next two board philosophies, click the link below.
What is courageous board development and why is it important? [Next Level Nonprofits]