Many nonprofit boards find that 6 to 9 directors can be more effective than a board of fifteen or more. As boards become smaller, the impact of each director grows. It’s not always easy to find new directors, and it takes time to onboard new people. All of this makes it crucial to get new nonprofit board members up to speed as quickly as possible. Here are seven resources every new board member should have on Day One.
For many nonprofits, following a strategic plan was like running track. Now it’s a trail run.
Sabotage is disruption and damage, usually done on purpose. How can you respond to sabotage on a nonprofit board?