Successful family foundation board chairs are able to both drive action and manage egos — and are often the difference between a foundation deftly navigating challenging situations and being tripped up by them. It’s a role that needs careful consideration. Those serving in this capacity need the leadership skills needed to run smooth, productive board meetings. But it also requires more than just an ability to run a meeting. It requires a nuanced set of interpersonal skills that are not always easy to find.
This Content Collection provides a variety of tips and perspectives from current board chairs about how to manage this vital role in family philanthropy.