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Responsibilities of Board Members

Board members are usually dedicated to the organizations they serve. They are eager to fulfill their legal responsibilities to promote your cause as well as to live up to its mission and be loyal ambassadors. There are additional responsibilities that they need to take into consideration.

They should be open to different opinions and be able to engage in productive discussions. It is important that the board meets its objectives in a unified manner. The board is a team and it is the chair’s job to ensure that everyone is on the same page.

The board has the obligation to actively recruit and select new members. The most qualified candidates are those that will bring additional skills, talent and previous experience to the table. Boards should also be sure that their position listings contain the required qualifications.

The board should also help new members in getting up to speed quickly. This can be done by providing orientation material as well as advanced preparation for meetings, and clear communication.

Lastly, boards should establish term limits. This will help to prevent unhappy members from feeling overwhelmed or overburdened by the workload. The majority of the work on your board should be done in committees. It is vital that board members are aware of the committees and how they feed back into the board.

The board should be aware of legal responsibilities and regulations. This includes laws that govern how non-profits do business and make decisions and decisions, as well as “Sunshine Laws” that are state-level laws. Boards need to be aware on these issues to avoid costly legal issues.

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