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Board Leadership, No. 79, May/June 2005 (J-B BL Single Issue Board Leadership Journal)
Board Leadership (BL)
June 23, 2005
Written in English
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Nonprofit Board Leadership: Understanding the Role of a Board Member Page 4 values and principles. Boards must always be good stewards of the public trust and financial gifts never benefiting from its role. Articles of Incorporation, bylaws, and policy manuals are to be current and available for review by board members, staff, and the public. Board Leadership is great, but what if there is no Board Leadership that emerges or is allowed to emerge, and what if you end-up with a disfunctional or weak Board? That’s when it gets tricky and more difficult, and can result in inaction and waiting, and these are a killer.
Leadership and Facilitation Skills Are the Hallmark of an Effective Board Chair. No sooner does the board chair take the seat at the head of the board table than planning begins for succession to the next board chair. While it seems premature, the roles and responsibilities of the board chair are vastly different than other board roles. All board chairs surveyed considered that their main task is to provide effective board leadership. We found strong similarities in the way chairs from various countries define the job itself and the way they go about it. Chairs play three specific roles: engaging, enabling and encouraging, what we call 3Es leadership.
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The 3 Es of Effective Board Leadership A study of successful board chairs across countries shows how they engage, enable and encourage boards. Boards of directors often get media attention when something goes wrong.
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The Roles and Rhythms of Board Leadership. Written by Sonia J. Stamm; Board leadership is a dance. Slow, fast, graceful, awkward – an activity that can invigorate, tone, and occasionally damage the body. The “body,” in this case, is the organization – whether nonprofit or corporate – and the dance can’t be sat out.leadership within nonprofit community development organiza-tions.
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