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Welcome To The Board

Author : Fisher Howe
ISBN : IND:30000044775306
Genre : Business & Economics
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In easy-to-understand language, Howe answers the most common questions and concerns of prospective board members, and details their rights, obligations, and liabilities. Drawing on a lifetime of experience on nonprofit boards, Howe details the seven key responsibilities of a nonprofit board member--including how to go about the process of approving the mission, long-range planning, fundraising, and selecting and evaluating a chief executive. Additionally, Howe explores the leadership role each board member must assume if their organization is to excel.

Extraordinary Board Leadership The Keys To High Impact Governing

Author : Doug Eadie
ISBN : 9781449667757
Genre : Business & Economics
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Many nonprofits never take full advantage of their board members. Extraordinary Board Leadership: The Keys to Governing deals with an incredibly important topic – “high-impact governing” – which is at the heart not only of a nonprofit’s effectiveness, but also the key to a positive, productive, and enduring board-CEO partnership. This text offers practical, hands-on guidance, which is based on in-depth real-life experience and can be put to immediate use. It goes beyond the old-fashioned “policy governance” approach – beyond the rules – in dealing with the board-CEO-executive staff partnership. The 2nd edition of this successful book includes more case studies and new information aimed at public governing bodies, as well as more tables and charts to accompany a fresh new text design.

Extraordinary Board Leadership

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ISBN : 9781449658861
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Igniting The Power Of Community

Author : Paul A. Gaist
ISBN : 0387981578
Genre : Medical
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Igniting the Power of Community: The Role of CBOs and NGOs in Global Public Health introduces readers to the pursuit and potential of community-based organizations and nongovernmental organizations to transform global public health. At a time of unprecedented challenges, economic crises, social inequalities, environmental stressors, emerging health threats, these organizations are initiating and driving change, often being the first to call attention to the issues and increasingly forging significant and sustainable solutions. Through concrete examples, success stories, and cautionary tales from experienced practitioners, Igniting the Power of Community demonstrates why understanding the roles of the diverse organizations of this sector is vital to anyone concerned with improving health and public health today. This forward-thinking book explains how citizen sector organizations work, their immediate and long term impact on public health, and the key players and business dynamics involved. With an emphasis on innovative approaches, it provides an "insiders view" into practical considerations regarding organizational structure, financing, and operations. A sampling of the coverage: The new era of social entrepreneurship and philanthropy Sustainability in international public health NGOs Front-line perspectives from both well-established and grassroots CBOs Faith-based organizations and public health NGOs and the military: evolving relationships in conflict and disaster zones Understanding the environmental health movement and its impact Project YEAH: a youth AIDS organizations story. Whether you are involved in clinical care, health research, public health programs, or policy development and implementation, this book provides key insights and skills, and will serve as an invaluable resource in working most effectively with and within these dynamic organizations. body>

Governing For Results

Author : Mel Gill
ISBN : 9781412049382
Genre : Business & Economics
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Nonprofit leaders rave: "Excellent! Best I've read! Lots of Firepower! Love the way it's organized, readable style! Well-researched! Comprehensive! Exceptional compendium of resources in easy-to-access components! Great book! User-friendly! Practical!"

The Nonprofit Leadership Team

Author : Fisher Howe
ISBN : 0787959502
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Nonprofit Leadership Team is written for nonprofit executive directors and CEOs, senior staff, board members and nonprofit consultants. It focuses on the key leadership team— the board and its chair and the executive director— and shows how the consitituents can work in partnership to lead an effective, healthy organization. In this important book, Fisher Howe, an expert on the topic of nonprofit leadership, covers every aspect of leading an organization as a team. He clearly shows what the board expects of the executive and what the executive expects of the board and the individual members, examines the working relationship among them, and demonstrates how the leadership team deals with specific responsibilities and challenges. Read a Charity Channel review: http://charitychannel.com/publish/templates/?a=374&z=25

Advancing Philanthropy

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ISBN : UVA:X006176475
Genre : Fund raising
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Transforming Fundraising

Author : Judith E. Nichols
ISBN : UOM:39015047454866
Genre : Education
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"You've got to read this book! You'll learn what to do, when to doit, and exactly how to go about it. A useful, practical tool tohelp any CEO or development officer position an organization forgrowth and success." --Karen SAndelback, executive director, American Kidney Fund "Candor is a missing commodity in many of today's dialogues. JudyNichols' wisdom and sharp insights make this book a refreshingguide to honest organizational self-evaluation." --Jeannie Thompson, fund raising consultant and member, board ofdirectors of the International Fund Raising Group In this practical and straightforward guide, Judith E. Nichols, aninternationally renowned fundraising expert, introduces a provenmethod of fundraising evaluation: the Development AssessmentProcess. This formula will fundamentally transform the waynonprofit organizations approach evaluation and help them improvefund raising strategies to not only achieve their mission, but tokeep pace with a changing world. Nichols' revolutionary Development Assessment Process is a uniqueevaluation tool that combines traditional internal evaluationpractices with a method for appraising shifting philanthropic anddemographic trAnds. Proven successful in a wide variety ofnonprofit organizations, this innovative process createsopportunities for open dialogue among audiences inside and outsidethe organization, encourages useful feedback, and providespractical recommAndations that can be seamlessly incorporated intocurrent operations. Transforming Fundraising walks readers step bystep through the process of evaluating current fundraisingprograms, assessing their potential for improvement, and planningfor change. Readers will also find a real-life, in-depth case that clearlydemonstrates--from the first step through the last--how theDevelopment Assessment Process works. Written in clear, accessiblelanguage and designed to be a hands-on guide and workbook,Transforming Fundraising is filled with easy-to-use worksheets,checklists, exhibits, and a resource guide. By using Nichols'groundbreaking Development Assessment Process, nonprofitorganizations--of all sizes--will dramatically increase theirfundraising results.

The Board Member S Guide To Strategic Planning

Author : Fisher Howe
ISBN : UOM:39015040036694
Genre : Business & Economics
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Fisher Howe's enthusiasm, insight, and ability to clearly articulate the whats and hows of effective strategic planning provides the reader with the tools to strenghten governance and manage effectively, which leads to results. --Lawrence W. Reger, president, National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property Howe's practical, no-nonsense approach demystifies the often intimidating planning process, showing why it is essential and providing detailed instructions for successful execution. Presenting illustrative examples and straightforward action steps, Howe guides board members through each critical step, from preparing and conducting the planning to production of strategic and operational plans. A quick, compact guide for busy nonprofit board members by a veteran board member and sought-after consultant to non-profits.

West S Legal Forms

Author : West Group
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063686096
Genre : Law
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