Managing Board Chair - Executive Director Conflict

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Date Published/Updated: 
Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Strenghthen the relationship between your board chair and executive director.

The relationship between the executive director and the board chair, is critical for an organization's success. A certain level of conflict can be healthy and foster new ways of thinking. However, when conflict crosses the line and starts to become disruptive, discouraging and even toxic, it must be addressed as soon as possible. This resource will take you through the main sources of conflict that can arise and key considerations to resolve the conflict and move forward.

This resource was developed for the podcast, From Our Vantage Point, Episode 33 - Resolving Board Chair/Executive Director ConflictListen to the full episode here.

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