5 Tips for Getting Newly Elected Board Members Ready to Serve

As exciting as getting new board members is with all the opportunities it presents, it can be difficult to get them up to speed with everything that is happening. Just as with other jobs, you can’t expect to put someone in a brand new position and for them to just know exactly what to do and what not to do without any prior training.   Read more……..


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