Board Chair and Chief Executive Responsibilities

A strong partnership between the chief executive and board chair is essential to leading an effective organization. When the relationship goes awry, it’s often due to confusion over individual responsibilities. In general, the chief executive’s role is focused on management and working with staff to implement programs and initiatives in support of the mission. The board chair is responsible for governance and oversight, leading the board in evaluating the organization’s work from a macro-perspective and ensuring that the work advances the mission in an ethical and legal manner.
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