Recorded-February 15, 2018
This presentation addresses the art and science of drafting bylaws. Well-written and formulated bylaws help shape power relationships within a nonprofit organization; provide unambiguous procedures to prevent disputes; and reduce the risks of litigation. Bylaws should provide answers, not raise questions.
Listeners will gain clarity on procedural issues.
Learn how to avoid, avoid, avoid
1. goal-oriented expressions
2. inconsistent language
3. passive tense and ambiguities
Determine whether your bylaws appropriately answer "whose organization is this?"
Understand how to produce an effective document
Receive "Annotated" Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws
Receive sample forms that work
This program was sponsored in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations.
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