Although boardrooms are filled with successful business leaders, they’re still comprised of human beings who will occasionally falter. General disengagement is one of the most common struggles that boards—particularly nonprofit boards—will face. It’s not a death sentence, though; a disengaged board is not beyond repair! In fact, here are some tips for reviving your boardroom and getting on the path towards a high-functioning and involved leadership team.
- Set clear goals.
Many leaders are deadline-oriented and need extremely clear objectives in order to know how much effort they need to exert to meet or surpass expectations. Don’t be afraid to set high goals, so your board members feel the push to excel.