Committees are valuable vehicles used to accomplish much in a non-profit organization. They are the units that take on specific and detailed work when the task is too complex and time consuming to handle in meetings of the entire board, thus increasing overall efficiency. What’s more, committees provide opportunities for the organization to foster and develop talent to keep the leadership pipeline full. Involving more people, supporting volunteers to use their specialized skills or interests, and addressing work in right-sized groups make committees a very real asset for non-profit organizations.
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