Archive for November, 2011

Imagine being asked to serve on a Board of Directors for an entity that you admire and respect.  You humbly accept and shortly thereafter begin your board service—a commitment that you take very seriously.  After several board meetings you discover

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November 22, 2011


In my last blog I spoke about the need for individuals to find a proper balance in terms of how many Boards they serve on—otherwise they end up doing more harm than good for the organization.  A type of board

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November 16, 2011


I am often asked by friends and colleagues about how many Boards should they join? Or more to the point—how many Boards are too many?  Unfortunately, there is no magic formula to assist in answering this question.  Nevertheless, an individual’s

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The following scene plays out far too often in boardrooms all across this country—- an individual recruited to become a member of the board of an organization/entity (be it a Board of Directors or Advisory Board) attends their first board

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