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All A Board: Building More Effective Outdoor Ministry Boards
A videotape workshop format presents important key concepts involved in serving on an outdoor ministry board. Organized into seven segments, each segment covers a different aspect of board leadership.
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$5.00 per copyBoardSource (formerly National Center for Nonprofit Boards)
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Washington DC 20036-5114
Annual Membership: $88The Center for Public Skills Training
2936 N. Hackett Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Non Profit Board Links
Board Development Articlesby Frank Martinelli
Frank is President of The Center for Public Skills Training, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He works as a consultant and trainer for a variety of non-profit organizations. Frank has worked with Lutheran outdoor ministries on a variety of projects.
Encouraging Visionary Board Leadership
The rapid pace of change requires that nonprofit boards look and act differently. Many boards have already made the transition. They possess a number of qualities and characteristics that together make up a new profile of board effectiveness. Click to read the entire article.
Building an Effective Board of Directors
Every nonprofit organization must have a Board of Directors. But, beyond this legal requirement, a well-informed and well-trained board is absolutely essential. An effective board of directors has a clear understanding of its roles and responsibilities. Board members, in effect, own the organization. Click to read the entire article.
Developing a Board Recruitment Plan
How does the board recruit board directors that are committed to the organization and possess skills, knowledge and other attributes needed in order for the board to effectively carry out its responsibilities? Board recruitment offers an exciting opportunity to build a nonprofit leadership team around shared values and priorities. Click to read the entire article.
Orientation and Training of Board Members
How do board members acquire the skills and knowledge they need to be effective leaders and decision-makers? Click to read the entire article.