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A jam-packed episode! This week we explore whether the Executive Director should be present for the board retreat, how to manage a grumpy finance committee when the financials are never ready, and if a non-compete agreement is an appropriate tool to use to keep your development director from fleeing. Finally, should you be wary of joining the board of an organization that runs a budget deficit? Stacey and Andy have opinions!
- Should the Executive Director attend the board retreat? – 0:00
- Help! We can’t get the books closed before the finance committee meeting! – 9:48
- Should we make our new Development Director sign a non-compete agreement? – 19:04
- Should I join the board of an organization that runs a budget deficit? – 26:13
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Mentioned this week:
AFP Code of Ethics
The Alliance for Nevada Nonprofits
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