Worcester Business Journal publishes “10 Things I Know About Serving on a Nonprofit Board”
The Worcester Business Journal has published “10 Things I Know About Effectively Serving on a Nonprofit Board” by AiVi Nguyen. The following is an excerpt:
10 Things I Know About Effectively Serving on a Nonprofit Board
- Only serve on boards for organizations in which you are truly interested. It’s easier to be engaged and useful when you genuinely care about the mission.
- Make sure you candidly discuss the time commitment and expectations before you agree to serve.
- Only accept the position if you can realistically balance the role with all of your other responsibilities.
- Do it for the right reasons. Always remember it’s better to never sit on a board than to be known as a bad board member. Doing it for selfish reasons will always backfire.
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