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Two new articles from Bob Harris, CAE, cover board self-evaluation and how to avoid the association “groundhog effect.”

When the Board Wants Help by Bob Harris, CAE

Seldom does a board say, “we need help It may be difficult to acknowledge when a board feels apprehensive about skills. Bob Harris, CAE, presents 10 questions to be included in a board self-evaluation of their own performance and skills. Download the full article.

The Groundhog Effect by Bob Harris, CAE, and & Sarah Gustafson, ABR®, SRES®, CRS
The groundhog effect in associations wastes time, frustrates staff.  Adequate documentation avoids reinventing the wheel, helps operate more efficiently, and ensures effective programs with. Download the full article.