Recently CU*Answers taught a class on the basic responsibilities and mechanics of being a board member. This class is the first in a set of three on good practices for board members, and can be applied for board members who sit on credit unions and non-profits, as well as individuals who sit on for-profit boards. The handout focuses on four areas: board member accountability, board mechanics, CEO relations, and board member liability. Following the link below for the document.
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