The magazine, Contributions, writes: You can now throw away all your other books (“they’re ponderous and unauthentic”) on boards and fundraising. “Wonderfully engaging” is what one critic calls it. “Inspiring and practical” says another. The Fundraising Habits of Supremely Successful Boards is simply the most effective, exciting, instructive, and readable book ever written on board responsibilities.
I had just finished my last presentation at a Board Retreat. It was a combined meeting of the System and the Foundation Boards of Palmetto Health in Columbia, South Carolina.(more…)