Representative governance isn’t always the best. It assumes that representatives really know (or take the time to find out) what constituents want. It also assumes that constituents know what they want — and often, they don’t. Decisive governance — where elected leaders take the time to study the facts, understand complex realities, and make thoughtful decisions — often moves an association further, faster.
Representative Governance Isn’t Always the Best
About the Author: Mary Byers
Mary Byers helps associations gain clarity and focus through leadership conference training and facilitating strategic planning retreats, assisting task forces and work groups, and helping association staff and volunteers talk through tough issues.
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