Galvin and Associates

Secure outside coaching



Nonprofit board members tend to think they have to figure out governance on their own. But any board can get paid or volunteer coaching from others with extensive experience. For example, a new board chair who would like some coaching on leading the board can find a former board chair or a professional coach. An organizational leader and a board chair not on the same page can find help to learn how to work together without getting in each other’s way. A board that wants to make a major transition can find someone who has led it before. Navigating boards especially should look for outside people who can lend them the expertise they need to forge a new strategic direction for their organization.

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