Failure to understand the various roles and responsibilities of board members and staff is probably the number one reasons for conflict in nonprofit organizations between staff and board. This chart simplifies and clarifies the proper lines of authority in nonprofits. It is taken from, "The Two-Hour Board Training," one of the 17 guides in the Hour Series: https://4good.org/marilyn-donnellan-president/the-hour-series-of-guides-to-nonprofit-management
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- roles and responsibilities
- board of directors
- board / staff relationships