5 Ways to Turn Off Your Nonprofit Board Members

Here are the five very correctable ways that board members get turned off and sometimes, in response, ghost you.
When I do strategy work with boards, the work also almost always includes confidential board interviews. This video shares the top correctable things board members share.
Watch this video to improve your relationship with your board.

Related Resources: Read: Guilty as Charged: Prove Your Board Supports Your Organization 

Watch: How to Recruit Stellar Board Members 

Watch: Executive Directors, Do You Know This Secret to Nonprofit Board Success? 

Content:

0:00 You worked hard to recruit them, don’t turn them off.

0:15 When should you start your meetings?

1:00 How can you get more done in board meetings?

2:08 What about that person who always talks too much?

3:15 Are you asking your board to do important work?

4:01 When a surprise is not a good thing.

5:20 More information

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