Evaluate Your Board Experience
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1. You approve proposals that you don’t really understand
2. The Executive Director runs the board meetings
3. Most of the meetings are spent on administrative details
4. You feel like you merely rubberstamp your CEO’s initiatives
5. You have little idea whether or not you are doing a good job
6. Your board sort of uses the Carver Policy Governance® model










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  • Is Your Mission Worthwhile and How Would You Know?
September 21st, 2017
When a board develops its ends as it implements the Policy Governance® model, it considers three components. These components include: (1) how will people be better off, (2) which people will be better off and .....
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Evaluate Your Board Experience
No
Yes
1. You approve proposals that you don’t really understand
2. The Executive Director runs the board meetings
3. Most of the meetings are spent on administrative details
4. You feel like you merely rubberstamp your CEO’s initiatives
5. You have little idea whether or not you are doing a good job
6. Your board sort of uses the Carver Policy Governance® model










Please contact us so we can assist you with your board

Your Name :
Email Address :
Any Specific Questions or Comments
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Winnipeg Manitoba
R3K 2H9
204.898.6740
  • Is Your Mission Worthwhile and How Would You Know?
September 21st, 2017
When a board develops its ends as it implements the Policy Governance® model, it considers three components. These components include: (1) how will people be better off, (2) which people will be better off and (3) what is it worth to produce these results. One of the challenges that the boards of not-for profits face in establishing ends is articulating what it is worth or what is often referred to as "at what cost"......

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