Nonprofit-KnowHow: It's how you make a difference on the Board
New to the board and want to make a contribution from your very first meeting?
Been on the board awhile and ready to up your game?
Stepping into an officer role and know it's time to lead the NPO to its next level?
Nonprofit-KnowHow is for you.
Nonprofit-KnowHow contains the essential information you need to make the most of your board service.
The two-volume set is a comprehensive resource for understanding the time-tested concepts fundamental to all nonprofits (The Guide) and for easily putting them into practice (The Workbook).
Save your time, improve your impact, and advance your nonprofit's mission.
Caring about your nonprofit's mission is where board service begins. Understanding how nonprofit businesses differ from other types of businesses is what enables the board to achieve success.
Nonprofit-KnowHow is based on practical experience with hundreds of different nonprofits to get you what you need: direct answers to your questions, like these:
For new board members: how is a nonprofit different from other businesses? what is the role of a nonprofit board member? what's the liability? what should I ask prior to accepting a board position? what should I expect at board meetings? what should I consider in taking on board assignments?
For seasoned board members or officers: how does leadership on a nonprofit board differ from a for profit board, and what specifically are the roles of officers? how important is a strategic plan to the nonprofit and what's the board's role in developing it? how does the board plan for leadership succession? how often and on what criteria should the board review the executive director? what are the key indicators in nonprofit financial statements?
No more wading through piles of books or hunting the web looking for answers. No more waiting for the right consultant or trying to fit a webinar into your schedule. Just concrete answers to your questions, when you need them.
Nonprofit-KnowHow saves you time, improves your impact, and advances your nonprofit's mission.