Use These Three Words to Ensure Productive Board Meetings

You initially joined the Board because you care for your community and have a vision for where you see things headed in the coming years— you want to make a real difference.  But somewhere along the way, things became difficult. Your monthly board meetings have turned into bored meetings, mainly because you can’t seem to get things done. You’re not getting necessary information to make key decisions and your neighbor down the street uses each meeting as a forum for reporting on what his neighbors are doing.   Read the article……………


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