Anna Rose reflects on how to chair a not-for-profit board

When I left as AYCC’s National Director and stepped into the role of Chair, I had some idea of what the role would entail because of my law degree. Well. So I thought. I’d studied board mismanagement as part of corporate law, so I knew what constituted negligence and other major mistakes that boards fall into. This didn’t really prepare me, though, for becoming a board Chair. In particular, I hadn’t realised how much work it would be, or how much of an opportunity it would give me to practice leadership skills.

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