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The importance of board director relationship management

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Jan 22, 2020

On January 14, 2020, the BoardEffect released an article on how board directors interact with groups and individuals that stem from many different facets of their board service. Board directors need to have good relationships with their peers, customers, vendors, executives, staff members, and other professionals and stakeholders.

To manage all relationships well, board directors need the ability to inspire and influence others. They often need to be good problem-solvers, which can be challenging when it’s difficult to predict how people will respond or be able to work together.

Review the article on the BoardEffect's website.

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