So often, non-profits in general are running from a place of scarcity, and that scarcity leads us. We always make bad decisions when we are making decisions out of scarcity. It is a recipe for making bad decisions.
Recruiting and Retaining an Engaged Board
Every home health and hospice organization needs to remember that a board is a team of people accomplishing a thing, says Hildy Gottlieb. And her advice for adding a new member to that team is to divide your criteria into three buckets. Your goal is to find a person who has 1) all of the qualities every board member must have, 2) some qualities your board believes would be nice to have, and 3) none of the qualities you never want to see.
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In this interview you will learn how to recruit new members to your board, focusing on the candidate’s passion, involvement in the community, and life experience. Then, you will learn how to keep the entire board engaged, avoiding common pitfalls along the way. Select your payment option below.
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Finally, hospice-focused board development
The Hospice Governance Academy was created to provide industry-specific content directly to hospice leaders. HGA is an easy, online learning platform that ensures your board has a shared base of core hospice governance knowledge and is up-to-date on trends and issues facing hospice care today. Content is contributed regularly by industry recognized experts.