Serving on the board of a community association can be a time-consuming job. One way to address the volume of work is by delegating some of your board’s tasks to committees. At their best, committees can be tremendously valuable in helping your board fulfill its mission. On the other hand, if they are poorly conceived or not well run, committees can create more problems than they help solve.
What’s the secret to having a functioning committee that meets its goals? How can you get the most out of your committees without holding on too tightly to the reins? Here’s a look at 7 ways you can make sure your committee are a positive force for your association:
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