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[VIDEO] How do I unify and engage my board of directors?

[VIDEO] How do I unify and engage my board of directors?

Board of Directors. Just saying this name can induce all kinds of emotion, ranging from great discouragement to great inspiration. But, as a non-profit executive director, you have a great opportunity to set the tone and strike a balance that will allow you to productively collaborate with your board in the best interest of the ministry. Here is a list of things you can begin focusing on right now to help you change the tone of your board meetings...

[VIDEO] How Do I Create a Strong Board?

[VIDEO] How Do I Create a Strong Board?

My business is helping Christian nonprofits become the best they can be. Over the years of helping Christian nonprofits become the best they can be, I have repeatedly found two types of boards—those that are a great asset to the organization and those that are a great drain. Let me share with you, in my three minute video below, how your board can be strong and help your ministry thrive!Read more »
How to Build Board Unity at Your Ministry

How to Build Board Unity at Your Ministry

As an executive director of a Christian ministry or non-profit, you have the opportunity to work with a board of directors. In my experience, board members come from all sorts of different backgrounds: business owners, business executives, housewives, teachers, and the list goes on. Engaging a board with such diversity can be challenging to work. So, the best question to ask ourselves is, how do we do this well? In this blog I offer you some insight and encouragement. I know working with a boar ...Read more »
A Live and Vibrant Board

A Live and Vibrant Board

My business revolves around helping Christian nonprofits become the best they can be. Over the years I have learned that reaching that goal can become difficult when many moving parts have to work as one—including the board of directors. I repeatedly find two types of boards: “Great Asset” Boards and “Great Drain” Boards. The Great Drain Boards sadly empty the organization of the energy it needs through their own micromanaging. Unfortunately, I have personally wi ...Read more »
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