Board Service: Shifting Focus From Socializing to Servant Leadership Published in Chatter Magazine
Jim Catanzaro recently authored “Board Service: Shifting Focus From Socializing to Servant Leadership,” in Chatter Magazine’s Ask the Expert section. In the sponsored article, Jim provides insight on board service and how it may become a social experience rather than a service-minded obligation. He also discusses how board members should remain focused on the organization’s goals, servant leadership, and holding management accountable in order to best benefit the nonprofit organization being served.
Jim is a shareholder in the health care and charitable and public purpose organization sections at Chambliss. Nonprofits, private foundations, public charities, health care providers, and commercial entities rely on Jim’s technical experience and practical approach to advise them on issues including drafting and reviewing contracts, managing applicable risk, leveraging the efficiencies of their teams, and compliance issues. His extensive experience in the nonprofit, health care, and commercial business industries allows him to reduce risk and balance administrative burdens for his clients. Jim also serves as general counsel for organizations that provide grants or public benefit services. For more information on his experience, please visit Jim’s bio.