Questions to Consider:
- Are you serving on the board or are the leader of a charity, mission agency, church, camp, or a private school?
- Do you sometimes wonder if you are making a meaningful contribution?
- How much time does your board spend on administrative minutia compared to looking into the future?
- Do you ever think there must be a different way of doing board work?
- Maybe a gnawing feeling that something is wrong but you just can't put your finger on it?
- Does your board sort of use the Carver Policy Governance® model?
- Would it be helpful to have someone come in and offer some perspective on how a helathy board should function?
Ted Hull Consulting serves charities, churches, camps and schools that:
- Have a specific problem, even if it can only be identified by its symptom
- Are motivated to solve the problem, even if the options are not clear
- Have an idea what would be different if the problem was solved.
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A Case Study
The church had been started by a few young families who saw the need for a family-oriented church in their community. With assistance from their denomination, the church had hired a pastor and eventually moved from rented facilities into its own building. Pastors have been hired to preach, teach, perform weddings and funerals. There was a regular turnover of board members, but invariably some o...
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