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Posted on June 30, 2020

As a nonprofit executive, there is no shortage of responsibilities that demand your immediate attention. While it may be difficult to put aside pressing tasks, good planning today can lead to greater efficiency tomorrow. Well-drafted policies help your nonprofit improve board and staff performance by setting clearly defined roles and responsibilities, provide sustainable structures for inevitable board and staff turnover, and avoid legal problems that can drain your organization’s limited resources. This article outlines what important policies your nonprofit should consider, and why.