Four Tips to Avoiding Common Board Member Mistakes

Learning from our mistakes is probably the best way to ensure we won’t repeat them. But sometimes it’s better to avoid making mistakes in the first place. We know that’s not always possible (hey, we’re human), but becoming aware of the minefields that lay ahead goes a long way to helping us choose better paths.   Read the article…………..


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