While Board training can be an annual ongoing project, the optimum time to have it is after your Annual General meeting and before your first regular Board meeting. Usually 3-5

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BY ERNIE SMITH / SEP 22, 2015 (iStock/Thinkstock) Collecting data about members through websites and other technical means is a fact of life for many associations. But can you go

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          BY MORGAN LITTLE / AUG 31, 2015 (nandyphotos/ThinkStock) What’s really driving nonprofit workers up the wall? One member of the community speaks out. The world of

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Lee Fulsher Despite ones commitment to their cause, many Not-For-Profit Directors and Officers are unaware of the legal ramifications of their work and the possibility of being held personally liable.

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Join me September 25 & 26 Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, Richmond for the Volunteer BC Conference. Learn more and register here: http://volunteerfutures.org/ I’ll be speaking about “The Collaborative Board Model” The

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By Bruce Anderson, CAE If associations don’t change to better serve their end users, those customers will gradually find other alternatives. Once that shift has begun, it is very difficult

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To help your board members become focused and productive, make sure they have the following information on hand. Some of it may be a standard part of your board manual;

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There are many opinions about how to take meeting minutes. Here are some generally accepted effective best practices. Minutes should indicate the place, date, and time of the meeting and

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43% – The percentage of nonprofit CEO’s expect to increase hiring in the next six months, according to the second-quarter results of the 2014 CEO Economic Outlook Survey. That’s an

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There are times when your organizations members ask to attend your board meetings. Other times you may want to invite guests to make a brief presentation. Either way a guest

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