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Meeting the Governing Challenge: Applying the High-Impact Governing Model in Your Organization (order through Governance Edge)
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ISBN/ISSN 978-0979889400
Author(s) Doug Eadie
Date Published 09/28/07
Publisher Governance Edge Publications
Pages 84
List Price $24.50
Discount Price $18.75
This indispensable guidebook for building higher-impact board leadership and a solid board-CEO partnership, describes the five key elements of Doug Eadie's High-Impact Governing Model. (See link below to order book.)

Five unique features make this practical, easy-to-read guidebook a powerful resource and must read for nonprofit and public leaders: 1. Describes the High-Impact Governing Model, a thoroughly tested tool for developing your board's governing capacity that is based on Doug's work with nearly 500 nonprofit and public organizations. 2. Provides the detailed, nuts and bolts guidance--NOT academic theory--to transform your board into a higher-impact governing body anchored by a solid board-CEO partnership that can stand the test of time. 3. Teaches a dynamic decision-making approach to governing that goes well beyond the old-fashioned notion of "policy making." 4. Treats governing as a collaborative "Business," involving the leadership of a strong "Strategic Governing Team" consisting of your board, CEO, and senior executives. 5. Sees the CEO as the chief board developer, who takes the initiative in helping the board transform itself into a higher-impact governing body.

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Publisher Phone 800-209-7652
Media Type Softcover
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