Step Up! How To Be An Excellent Nonprofit Board Member, Second Edition

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Society needs nonprofits and every nonprofit needs effective board members. Get ready to step up! Step Up! is a popular and trusted resource for nonprofits of all types and sizes. It?s a fast, meaningful read that delivers inspiration, insights and practical how to’s for new and tenured nonprofit board members and anyone who is considering joining a board. Each of its standalone chapters is written in a fresh, conversational tone and presented in an accessible, colorful, engaging graphic format. Step Up! addresses the topics and situations that cause nonprofit boards to sink or soar: What are my roles and responsibilities? Am I expected to fundraise? How much am I personally expected to give? What are the boundaries when working with staff? What do I need to know about strategic planning? How do we deal with conflict or disagreements in the boardroom? Now in its second edition, Step Up! covers the basics that every board member should know and ventures beyond the usual topics into areas that aren?t always openly discussed. The book is based on research and the author?s decades of experience helping hundreds of nonprofit boards and organizations expand their capacity and increase their impact. Perfect GiftBeyond its rich and substantive content, Step Up! is beautifully designed and produced. It?s a wonderful gift that helps people do more good in the world. It’s even required reading in the philanthropy management program of a major powerhouse university! Check Out Step Up! for Association Board Members This version of Step Up! is for charitable nonprofits. A version written specifically for trade and professional associations is also available on Amazon: Step Up! How To Be An Excellent Association Board Member.

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Society needs nonprofits and every nonprofit needs effective board members. Get ready to step up! Step Up! is a popular and trusted resource for nonprofits of all types and sizes. It?s a fast, meaningful read that delivers inspiration, insights and practical how to’s for new and tenured nonprofit board members and anyone who is considering joining a board. Each of its standalone chapters is written in a fresh, conversational tone and presented in an accessible, colorful, engaging graphic format. Step Up! addresses the topics and situations that cause nonprofit boards to sink or soar: What are my roles and responsibilities? Am I expected to fundraise? How much am I personally expected to give? What are the boundaries when working with staff? What do I need to know about strategic planning? How do we deal with conflict or disagreements in the boardroom? Now in its second edition, Step Up! covers the basics that every board member should know and ventures beyond the usual topics into areas that aren?t always openly discussed. The book is based on research and the author?s decades of experience helping hundreds of nonprofit boards and organizations expand their capacity and increase their impact. Perfect GiftBeyond its rich and substantive content, Step Up! is beautifully designed and produced. It?s a wonderful gift that helps people do more good in the world. It’s even required reading in the philanthropy management program of a major powerhouse university! Check Out Step Up! for Association Board Members This version of Step Up! is for charitable nonprofits. A version written specifically for trade and professional associations is also available on Amazon: Step Up! How To Be An Excellent Association Board Member.

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