Board Management and Conflict
As with any work group, conflict can arise on a board. Common conflicts include clashing personalities, a lack of accountability or attendance, or conflicts of interests related to board members’ outside affiliations.
Challenges & Solutions
ACCE Content Helping Your Board Get it Done: Build a Stronger, More Effective Board
- Webinar by RaDonna Hessel, CEO of the Grapevine (TX) Chamber of Commerce (2015)
From Chamber Executive
magazine: Model Engagement: Tools for Better Board Measurement
- by Barbara Thomason, IOM, PCED (Winter 2017)
FAQ How can my chamber remove a disruptive member of the board?
Conflict of Interest
See Conflict of Interest Samples
See Code of Conduct Samples
- Confidentiality Agreement - This statement from the Robert C. Harris Nonprofit Center is used to define confidential information and the responsibilities of board members and committees with respect to it.
- Board of Directors Orientation Handbook - Kankakee Regional Chamber of Commerce (IL) - Contains a confidentiality statement, board responsibilities, conflict of interest statement, and code of ethics pledge.
Board Assessment & Evaluation
See Board Evaluation Samples
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| Governance and Leadership
| Board Composition and Responsibilities
| Board Management and ConflictLast Updated: 9/20/2018