2012

January Issue

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  • Cover Story: The Transparent Board
    By: David Nour
    Thanks to social media—and a more connected society in general—association boards need to be more available, more flexible, and more data savvy than ever. In an excerpt from his book Return on Impact: Leadership Strategies for the Age of Connected Relationships, David Nour discusses five ways association boards will need to change.
  • Build a Diversity and Inclusion Board Strategy
    By: Samantha Whitehorne
    The National Association of Realtors made diversity initiatives a priority more than 10 years ago as demographics among its members and their clients began to shift. With the help of its local and state associations and commitment from its staff and leadership, NAR has started to build a more inclusive organization and board.
  • Create Better Communication Between Board and Staff Members
    By: Christine Umbrell
    Communication between board and staff members traditionally occurs through the executive director. But some associations are empowering staff to work directly with board members on specific projects—and they like the results.

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April/May 2012 Issue

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August Issue

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September/October 2012 Issue

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November Issue

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