By Timothy J. Kloppenborg
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Other stakeholders may include groups such as religious organizational affiliates, governmental organizations, community foundations, labor unions, and staff members. Finally, essential and self- explanatory characteristics of all Board members are a commitment to attend and participate in most, if not all, meetings, a willingness to represent the organization in the community, and personal and professional integrity. Attributes The Australian nonprofit support organization named “conscious governance” suggests a number of Board member attributes that will offer balance to the Board’s decision-making capacity.
How strong a case can you make that your organization actually deliv ers on the “brand promise” implied by your mission? Do you have evidence supporting whether you are delivering what you say you will? Are there initiatives or programs that you have that do not seem to be aligned with the mission? How can we launch a process that improves upon existing programs/ initiatives or creates new ones and how can we determine whether it is successful? Notes 1. Friars Club (2010). 2. 10. 3. Basadur (2010).
Until the end of the 20th century, most organizations identified themselves by what they did. Today, Boards are increasingly responsible for seeing that their organizations report the impact of their work on community conditions or the lives of the people they serve. Some Board Members Perform N ontraditional Functions Organizations’ size or culture often determine whether additional responsibilities are carried out by staff or by Board members. Many organizations expect Board members to roll up their sleeves and become engaged in voluntarily doing work traditionally done by paid staff mem bers.