Dueling it Out: Addressing Common Board Conflicts with Confidence

Conflict in a board meeting is often unavoidable, and it isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Opposing board member viewpoints can lead to an increase in productivity, creativity, and new insights if these conflicts are managed thoughtfully. A constructive conflict in the board room is much like a fencing match: a victory is not achieved through aggression, but rather through strategy, practice, and respectful dialogue. Join the Nonprofit Risk Management Center team to explore three common conflict scenarios between nonprofit board members (or boards and staff), and effective strategies to duel out the issues without crossing the line.

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