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    1. Effective nonprofit board meetings: Questions, engagement, energized exits

      Effective nonprofit board meetings: Questions, engagement, energized exits

      "Amen."

      I said that a lot while watching this brief video from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. The themes of what is shared will ring familiar to regular readers of this blog. But the chance to share these expert voices advocating for the kinds of meaningful member engagement - and discussion-focused agendas - in board meetings feels like a great idea this week.

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    2. Healthy vs. smart: Key differences and their impacts on nonprofit governance success

      Healthy vs. smart: Key differences and their impacts on nonprofit governance success

      Did I mention you'd be seeing more from Patrick Lencioni's work on organizational health?

      This brief video points out what should be obvious to boards (but may not be, because we don't talk about these topics): boards need to be both smart and healthy. Those of us who pay attention to board development - boards and consultants - tend to have the "smart" component down. We focus on the elements that typically signify board effectiveness. Look at his list under that category - technology, strategy, finance, marketing - for hints.

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