Nonprofit Governance – Governing

As a Board of Directors, this group is legally and morally responsible for the health and effectiveness of the Organization.

Nonprofit Governance Is:

The process by which the Board operating as a group ensures this. Many Board of Directors still operate at the management “Day to Day” operational level not realizing that, in fact, they have a far more significant and greater responsibility to stewarding the health of the organization.

As such, this resource provides a concrete roadmap on how to move an organization from management to governance and as a result strengthening the organization and ensuring its future stability in the process.

This resource provides you with some concrete suggestions on how to govern an organization through efficiently recruiting new Board members, assessing them, and setting them up for success.

I hope that through this resource you will have the tools that you need to begin to shift your organization from managing to governing. It all begins and ends with your Board of Directors, so use the resources laid out here to ensure that your organization is set-up to engage your members and ensure the long-term sustainability of your organization.

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– A Sneak Peak Into “Nonprofit Governance – Governing”

Take an Inside Look at the Chapters of This Ebook:

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1. Board Recruitment

Nonprofit board development is THAT important. Not just to the organization as a whole, but how it directly impacts fundraising effectiveness.

A board dream team does not just appear. It needs to be systematically developed. It all starts with an inventory through the creation of a recruitment matrix…

2. Board Self Assessment

Self-evaluation is an excellent way to maintain board awareness around its responsibilities as a board and the potential need for changes on the board level. It is a great way to check in with each…

3. Board Expectations

Board members need position descriptions for governance at the board level.

Just like in the “real” world, we wouldn’t expect to hire someone or to take a job that does not have a position description. The case is the same here. Why would we expect a board member to come on board without outlining for them their duties and responsibilities and sharing that with…

4. Board Committees

Just like with board of directors, board committees need position descriptions and expectations. Now, I won’t recommend specific committees because each organization is different, but the basics such as finance and governance committees are…

5. The Capital Campaign

What’s a board to do? In a capital campaign, board members should make the organization a priority through:

– Reviewing their philanthropic priorities and committing to make a “stretch” gift to the campaign.

– Board members should all support the annual fund campaign each year in addition to supporting the capital campaign…

6. The Boards Job

An inside look into the board’s roles, qualifications, functions, and scope of authority.

The board of directors is legally and morally (ethically) accountable for the health and effectiveness of the organization. The board ensures that the organization achieves its mission in an ethical, transparent, accountable, and prudent manner. The board’s job is…

 

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