Prevent Three Common Board Communication Mistakes
These errors can make boards less effective
Your board works together to make the big decisions that shape your organization. So, what happens if they’re not communicating effectively?
When board members have strong communication, they’re able to collaborate on decisions that serve the best interest of your association. While you can’t control every aspect of how individual members of your board communicate, you can refine the standards you set for communication.
More than likely, you’re already doing a lot of things right to promote an environment for effective communication. Even so, it’s a smart idea to make sure you’re not making these three mistakes that can hinder team’s communication: Not holding a proper vote, not using a meeting agenda, and not sending out meeting minutes
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