Do you wonder if the conflicts brewing on your nonprofit board are serious? Do you wake up in the middle of the night worrying about a members’ comment? Are you avoiding following up because you fear bad news?
Even if your board rarely disagrees, you’ve seen enough headlines to have a healthy fear of board implosions. And you’re right. Poorly managed board conflicts cause loss of public confidence and damage reputations.
Yet, boards without conflict are as bad as those with too many. Engaged members who care about the nonprofits have strong opinions, and you need their wisdom.
That’s why I’m inviting you to the next Karen’s CEO Conversation on March 25 at 11 a.m. Eastern. We’ll explore healthy board conflicts in two different 45-minute conversations.
The conversation is for CEOs and EDs with budgets greater than $700k.
If you can join us, use this email to reply “yes” now. Karen will send you an invitation,
You’ll be joined by nonprofit CEOs and EDs across the US. Last month, 100 percent of the participants signed up for this new discussion.
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