Stopping Trouble From Derailing Your Association

Every association faces trouble in one form or another over the course of time. Some boards do a good job of preventing trouble, resulting in few occurrences, while other boards seem to constantly be battling trouble, both on their board and in their association. Similar to the board game, board members often get into “trouble” when they want to occupy the same metaphorical decision-making “space.” This article focuses on five best practices for preventing and resolving trouble in an association.     Read the article…………


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