Nonprofit board members have many roles and responsibilities.
How does a board know it is fulfilling its responsibilities well?
Reaching consensus on the organization’s values is one good indicator. Achieving resource development goals is another. These are great examples of a board on the move. Yet, there are many other questions a well-functioning board could consider.
It’s time for boards to stop guessing and start with an accurate snapshot of the board’s current state.
A methodical assessment is the starting place for a board to understand its performance and plan its evolution in advancing the community cause it serves.
More than 400 nonprofit boards have experienced Board Chairs Academy, where they have learned how a board assessment program can help strengthen community impact. Use the Academy’s simple Board Governance Assessment Tool for quick insights into your own board’s performance.
It’s a great resource for generating conversation and actionable ideas at a board meeting. Want to go deeper?
Take advantage of Board Chairs Academy’s customized assessment service, which provides:
As a result, your board will have …
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