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A Practical Guide To Governing Your Volunteer Organization

How to provide your not-for-profit organization with effective leadership and sound stewardship

A Practical Way to Govern Your Volunteer Organization

Build an effective partnership between the volunteer board and staff using the effective leadership and sound stewardship.

The Complementary Model of Board Governance outlines a policy-based model of governance and management that can be readily adopted within not-for-profit organizations (NPOs).

It's a clear, cooperative and comprehensive way to govern and manage your nonprofit.

"A clear, cooperative, and comprehensive way to govern and manage your not-for-profit organization."

Tom Abbott

Managing Director of AMC NPO Solutions.

In this Ebook You Will Discover...

Strategic planning explained. How the plan is created, the board’s role in approving, implementing, and monitoring as well as the role of staff.

You’ll learn codes of conduct for the board and CEO and get a sample conflict of interest policy.

How to make the best use of board committees, task forces, and CEO working committees. Sample terms of reference, roles and reporting are also included.

What's Inside A Practical Guide to Governing Your Volunteer Organization

This book will provide much needed assistance to volunteers and staff of small, mid-sized and large NPOs who are trying to cope in an environment of contracting resources and expanding demands for services.

Your Ebook will be available for instant download after payment

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