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Hallmarks of a Good Relationship between the Board/Committee/Owner and the Senior Person Responsible for Management
by Sarah Farquhar
When a Board member tries to manage, business can end up stagnating and even spiral downward.
When the owner or committee president continually puts the CEO or Director down and does not show respect the senior staff person is likely at some point to throw in the towel and take his/her skills elsewhere.
These are just a few examples of situations when good relationships have not existed.
So what are the hallmarks of a good relationship? Check these off and assess how good things are and what needs to be addressed if possible in your situation.
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