This is the compelling, fictional account of David Andrews – a man unprepared for the complexity of the relationship he has with his Board of Trustees. He discovers he is no match for some of the misguided and mean-spirited individuals he encounters. David, through a difficult period of self-awareness, ultimately realizes that his ability to connect with the Board, and specifically, the Chair of the Board, is what differentiates triumph over chaos. He shares this journey in the hope that his experiences will help others.
Features & Benefits
1 Gain the tools and vital skills to discern what constitutes constructive behavior.
2 Creates a roadmap that enables you to clearly see where this relationship is headed.
3 Recognize those with the best interest of the organization in mind, and those with personal agendas.
4 Clearly discern those persons with genuine leadership ability, from those who do not possess the skills to advance the organization.
5 Highly engaging format is perfect for individual and group use. Special sections allow for fast access of important concepts and tools.
Pat Bassett, President of NAIS, Kim Carpenter Drake, Vice President, Center for Nonprofit Management, Ken Cheeseman, Head of St. Paul Christian Academy, Danny Herron, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, Todd Jones, Pastor of First
Presbyterian Church, Rick Newberry, President of Enrollment Catalyst, and Brad Gray, President of Peabody Global Group.
|Publisher:||William R. Mott Ph.D.|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||110 KB|
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