Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Special Relationship: Nurturing the CEO-Board Chair Bond

Here are tips to assure the best possible partnership between the board chair and CEO. Keeping boards focused on strategic issues is a major challenge for nonprofit leaders.  This leadership crisis is intensified by the […]

Video: How to Get Board Members Involved in Advocacy

BoardSource chief executive Anne Wallestad says advocacy is an “underutilized tool” at nonprofits but that charity leaders can help trustees do their part. Read the full post. Chronicle of Philanthropy

Association Memberships that Deliver Value

It should go without saying, members want value for their membership dues Times have changed and people no longer feel the need to belong to an association, rather they see themselves as customers of an […]

Investing in Tools to Help Nonprofits Grow & Thrive

When it comes to philanthropy, Tripp Killin believes in dreaming big. As Executive Director of the Jeniam Foundation, his goal is to partner with his Trustees to make the largest impact possible – by investing […]

BoardSource Announces New Board Leadership

Washington, D.C. – BoardSource is pleased to announce that its board of directors recently elected a new slate of officers and welcomed three new members. Leading the board is newly elected chair, Rick Moyers, who […]

Nonprofit Board Micromanagement #NonprofitBoards

When is a nonprofit board “micromanaging”?  Of course there is no pat answer to this question. And of course, nonprofit execs might be more ready to provide an answer about when a board is micromanaging than […]