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Chairpersons Role as Servant Leader to the Build

John Carver

Chairpersons Role as Servant Leader to the Build

John Carver

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Describes the fundamental responsibilities of the chairpersonof the board* to ensure the functioning of the board and the integrity of the board process. Offers invaluable tips for helping the chair lead more effectively, such as leading the board to define its own job, design its discipline, and evaluate its performance.

- Publisher This Carver Guide describes the fundamental role of the chairperson of the board-helping the board to lead the organization. This Carver Guide helps you develop your role as leader in this process, yet servant to the board as a body. Carver includes invaluable tips for helping the chair lead more effectively, such as leading the board to define its own job, design its discipline, and evaluate its performance. The Chairperson2s Role as Servant-Leader to the Board show you how to: Design the job of the board-including organizational results, operational control, time management, and staff relations Determine your role in decision making and establish boundaries as chairperson Develop the initial rules of conduct so the board can stay disciplined and on track Establish the appropriate number of officers for optimal performance Create a leadership position for yourself where the board shares the assumption of responsibility Plan for succession

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Describes the fundamental responsibilities of the chairpersonof the board* to ensure the functioning of the board and the integrity of the board process. Offers invaluable tips for helping the chair lead more effectively, such as leading the board to define its own job, design its discipline, and evaluate its performance.
- Publisher

This Carver Guide describes the fundamental role of the chairperson of the board-helping the board to lead the organization. This Carver Guide helps you develop your role as leader in this process, yet servant to the board as a body. Carver includes invaluable tips for helping the chair lead more effectively, such as leading the board to define its own job, design its discipline, and evaluate its performance. The Chairperson2s Role as Servant-Leader to the Board show you how to: Design the job of the board-including organizational results, operational control, time management, and staff relations Determine your role in decision making and establish boundaries as chairperson Develop the initial rules of conduct so the board can stay disciplined and on track Establish the appropriate number of officers for optimal performance Create a leadership position for yourself where the board shares the assumption of responsibility Plan for succession
- Publisher

Meet the Author

John Carver

John Carver is known internationally as the creator of the breakthrough in board leadership called the Policy Governance Model. He has worked with boards in the United States and Canada as well as on four other continents for over twenty-five years. His clients have included the National Association of State Boards of Education, the National Ballet of Canada, the American Institute of Architects, the Pentagon Federal Credit Union, Lutheran World Relief and the American Cancer Society. He is author of the bi-monthly newsletter workshop "Board Leadership" and his books have sold over 250,000 cop

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 180713
  • Product Code 0787903000
  • EAN 9780787903008
  • Pages 24
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Jossey Bass
  • Publication Date Oct 1996
  • Dimensions 206 x 152 x 1 mm
  • Weight 0.049kg

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