How to Deal With Board Conflicts

Boards are made up of different people with different personalities and opinions. Ideally, the board should be a group of people who work together efficiently despite differences in opinions. However, the reality is that conflict between individual board members occurs from time to time. When this happens, it is important to remember the big picture and that all board members share the same goal of improving the community.   Read the article…………


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