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Board orientation puts not-for-profit directors on path to success

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Board members have ultimate responsibility for a not-for-profit organization, yet some organizations do not offer a structured orientation process. Would-be donors are taking note. GuideStar, the agency that maintains the largest database of publicly available information on charities, asks organizations to self-report whether they have a formal orientation for new board members.

A board orientation is important to help new board members quickly assume their roles as partners in shared leadership. In addition, there are potential legal consequences for

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