Three Ways to Create Meaningful Board Collaboration
Organizations are facing real problems in today's hectic world
Collaboration overload, burnout epidemic and hybrid chaos are just some of the phrases being coined to describe the very real problems organizations are facing to enhance productivity and engagement in a hectic world.
For association leaders, the stakes are high. We know that a highly engaged, collaborative board is essential for long-term association growth and innovation, but they are struggling to accomplish this, especially in a world of hybrid work.
A recent study found that the average person spends more than 85 percent of their workday in collaborative activities—email, phone calls, virtual meetings and so forth. One can only imagine what that number is for an association board member, who is trying to manage their governance responsibilities on top of day-to-day responsibilities.
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