Nonprofit Boardroom Elephants and the ‘Nice Guy’ Syndrome: A Complex Problem

Nonprofit Boardroom Elephants and the ‘Nice Guy’ Syndrome: A Complex Problem By: Eugene Fram An updated and revised viewer favorite post At coffee recently a friend serving on a nonprofit board rep…

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Dave Tate’s comments. This is a good post from Eugene. This can happen on any board, and I have seen it. It requires an active, inquiring, knowledgeable board with the right demeanor and integrity. Appropriate comments and disagreements should be allowed, requested, expected and accepted without hurt feelings or retaliation. A board member who does not sufficiently participate should resign or be dropped. Suing the contractor – that depends on the facts and circumstances, both legal and otherwise.  Enjoy. Dave Tate, Esq., http://directorofficernews.com.

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