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Body Language No Nos that Shut Down Communications

Body Language No Nos that Shut Down Communications

Pam Paquet discusses the rise of bad body language in the digital age and what can be done to identify and address such behaviour
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Using the BoardREADY Card Deck: Top of Mind

Using the BoardREADY Card Deck: Top of Mind

Learn how to use the Top of Mind BoardREADY Card Deck exercise to maintain focus and desired perspectives during your agenda-driven discussions
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Board of Directors Hardships: How to Deal with a Bum Board

Board of Directors Hardships: How to Deal with a Bum Board

Shawn Casemore talks about how things can go wrong with a board of directors and how to work to get them back on track
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Using the BoardREADY Card Deck: Wisdom in the Cards

Using the BoardREADY Card Deck: Wisdom in the Cards

Amanda Fenton and Lori Prospero, CAE have developed a useful technique for focusing and driving discussion of a challenge using the CSAE BoardREADY Card Deck
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Identities of Association Governance -- How to Keep the Ship on Course

Identities of Association Governance -- How to Keep the Ship on Course

Association governance issues arise and are worsened by a number of issues, but identity confusion among board members is common and dominant in many associations. What can be done to keep the ship on course?
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50 Most Annoying Phrases You Hear at Work

50 Most Annoying Phrases You Hear at Work

Phrases that are common around the workplace but are so annoying that they actually hamper effective communications.
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Are the Best Board Chairs Elected or Appointed?

Are the Best Board Chairs Elected or Appointed?

Guest contributor, Glenn Tecker, discusses the benefits and detriments to electing and appointing Board chairs. Do you know what works best for you and why?
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