The Complete Guide to the Nonprofit Board Chair and Executive Director Roles

Read how these two critical positions work together best.

Download The Complete Guide to the Nonprofit Board Chair and Executive Director Roles

While both the executive director and board chair play important leadership roles, they have different responsibilities and areas of expertise. Learn how these roles are responsible for guiding and running your nonprofit, ensuring that your organization is well-structured and effective.

In this free ebook, we’ll examine the similarities and differences between board chairs and executive directors, as well as discuss how defining these roles can set your board up for success.

Learn how an executive director and board chair can work together better with tips and advice such as:

  • The difference between the two roles:

    There are definitely duties an executive director or board chair should NOT be fulfilling. Find out what they are.

  • How Each Role Impacts Operations:

    Learn what each role contributes in the areas of fundraising, governance, meeting planning, and more.

  • Best practices for working together:

    Find out how the board chair and executive director can cooperate for maximum effectiveness with the board and org as a whole.

Being a part of a modern nonprofit board means equipping your leaders with the information they need to work together as effectively as possible. We wrote this ebook to help them do their jobs even better. We’re confident this guide will give you the resources you need to make your nonprofit leadership team as effective as possible.

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