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Dynamic Duo: The Board + Executive Director Partnership

2015

Engaged, informed, and enthusiastic executive directors and board members working as a team are essential to the success of a Community Action Agency. This guide, created in collaboration with the National Community Action Partnership, analyzes the board and executive director relationship, including roles and responsibilities; board recruitment and development; internal and external communications; the executive director and board chair relationship; executive director transition; executive director compensation; and executive director supervision and evaluation.

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