Board recruitment tips

As you’re nominating people for your board, how many times have you heard this advice: “Recruit individuals with fundraising experience.”

Or maybe, “We need people who’ve raised money before.”

Good suggestion, right? Well, maybe not.
From a trainer’s perspective, it’s WAY more productive to work with open minds.

When Recruiting Board Members, Look for a Willingness to Learn

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  1. Hey Dar – I’m very interested in this post but every time I try to go there, keep getting an error. Can you send me the article you’re referring to in the post? Thanks! e

    On Mon, Aug 15, 2016 at 8:30 AM, Helping Public Markets Grow wrote:

    > DW posted: “As you’re nominating people for your board, how many times > have you heard this advice: “Recruit individuals with fundraising > experience.” Or maybe, “We need people who’ve raised money before.” Good > suggestion, right? Well, maybe not. From a trainer’s pe” >

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