Who is accountable when Boards aren’t performing well? Technically it is the members, but for those working in the NFP space this is not always an effective relationship and can be very nuanced. In this video I discuss situations that affect Board accountability and highlight why it’s important to be proactive. It’s not only when Boards are performing poorly that we should concern ourselves with this topic.
A Board must ultimately be self-aware, and to effectively understand they need to monitor and measure their performance and have a process embedded in its governance.
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