This is the complete "how to" manual for the professional development of the
nonprofit Board of
Directors, written by acclaimed nonprofit consultant Raymond Pisney. This
expert facilitator's manual guides the nonprofit in identifying, selecting,
recruiting and training the right Board members for their mission and
vision. The manual helps the nonprofit outline their best strategy and
pathway to the operational and funding requirements they will need in the
From examining and crafting the corporate culture, through
identifying where the organization wants to be, selecting the best Board
members to complete the role, to logical and innovative steps to bring
results, the Facilitator's Manual is a source for all the best approaches
and how to attain them.
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I How to Understand the "Corporate Culture" of
II Typical Functions of Nonprofit Boards, Their
Key Roles and Responsibilities, Best
Planning, Specifically Defining the Mission-Driven Organization
IV Legal Concerns and Constraints Guiding the Actions of Nonprofit
V Policy Making - Organization and Effective
Operation of the Board as an Oversight
VI Recruit Committed and
Active Board Members
VII Role and Responsibilities of the Board
VIII The Board's Role in Advocacy (Community
Outreach), Public Relations and Communications
IX Funding -
Fundraising is a Paramount Function for All Nonprofit Boards
X The "Delegated Functions" of General Management
and the Day-to-Day Operations of the Programs
of the Nonprofit