Introducing The Little Book of Boards
A Board Member's Handbook for Small (and Very Small) Nonprofits
The Little Book of Boards was written to create a better generation of board members at small nonprofits.
The good news is: improving the quality of board members should also improve the day-to-day lives of executive directors.
Imagine fewer phone calls with
“suggestions” that aren't even close to workable. Fewer board meetings rehashing work that you’ve already done, and done well.
That’s the promise of this book.
Below you can download the first chapter of the book for free as a sort of "Executive Director's preview." The chapter contains the key message of the book about a board member’s roles and responsibility to the organization.
I’m giving you a preview of its content because I want you, the executive director, to see the value that is in this book for the board—and for you.
If this strikes a chord for you, and you want to distribute this information to your board, please consider purchasing copies of the book itself and distributing that. It’s a short read and it contains a lot more useful information that a board will find helpful.
Thank you for reading and I hope this resource is a real help to you and your work.
— Erik Hanberg
- Do you wish your board was focused on the work that really matters?
- Are you tired of board members' suggestions (that aren't really "suggestions" at all)?
- Are you ready for better board meetings and better-trained board members?
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