Board expert Brent H. Ives knows this all too well. With more than thirty years of experience advising hundreds of boards and putting in more than ten thousand hours for the boards he has served, Brent has learned the best practices for establishing a successful board and serving its mission.
In this book, he provides fifty-two lessons on improving your board and its service to others. These can be spread out over a year to allow board members plenty of time to implement the ideas slowly and purposefully.
It's a great tool for corporations, nonprofit organizations, churches, school districts, counties, and other organized groups, any Board of Directors.
For more of Brent's expert advice and to sign up for his subscription-based lessons, go to GoodBoardWork.com.
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About the Author
Through his business, Brent has helped hundreds of board and council members. He teaches governance classes and speaks to various groups on strategic planning and policy making. He consults with and assists public agencies on a weekly basis.
Brent was a city councilman for twenty-three years and served as the mayor of Tracy, California (pop. 85000), for eight years. He is also the Chair and commissioner of the Altamont Commuter Express (ACE Train) Joint Powers Authority and a Chair/director of the San Joaquin County Council of Governments. Brent has served on boards for over ten thousand hours.