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- Personal and professional goals achievement
- Improved personal leadership, including work / life balance
- Increased accountability and focus
- Improved self-awareness and perspective
- Growth in leadership competency and capacity
- Better systems for priority management
Board Evaluation Reports
Assessing Performance and Needs of Cooperative Boards of Directors
The cooperative board of directors—the connecting link between members and hired management—is an extremely important body in the makeup of a cooperative. Elected by members, directors are charged with setting the cooperative’s policy and objectives and setting the course it will follow in achieving those objectives.
five elements of self assessment
You have been invited by your organization to take part in 501 Commons’ Five Elements of a Healthy Nonprofit Self-Assessment. Here is some background information. About the
6 Most Important Elements for Running Your Board Like A Pro
THE FIRST STEP TO BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL COMMUNITY IS UNDERSTANDING AND EMBRACING THE REQUIREMENTS OF IMPORTANT COMMUNITY FUNCTIONS.
Employee Performance Evaluation
Several association executives have provided sample employee performance evaluation tools. These examples are aimed at evaluating employees --- NOT the chief executive officer
Is your board ready for self assessment
You will find a welth of resources usefull tools and information about nonprofit governance best practices.
Non-profit self assessment
In the past decade, foundations and other funders have been increasingly required by their boards to not only “do good works,” but to “do good work well.”1 Consequently, nonprofits have also been required to include assessments of their organizational capacity as a part of their grant applications.