25. Stop the Nonprofit Board Blame Game with Hardy Smith
About this episode
In this episode of The Intentional Fundraiser podcast, I’m talking with the one and only Hardy Smith.
Hardy Smith is the author of an Amazon best-selling book, Stop The Nonprofit Board Blame Game. As a consultant and speaker, he works with nonprofits, associations, and chambers of commerce that want to benefit from positive, productive, and fully engaged boards.
Hardy's results-focused approach was developed over a 30-year career in the high-performance world of NASCAR racing. He is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, National Speakers Association, Florida Society of Association Executives, BoardSource, and Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. Lastly, Hardy is also a faculty member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Institute for Organization Management.
Listen in as we talk about Stop the Nonprofit Board Blame Game.
Hardy Smith, Consultant & Speaker, Hardy Smith Consulting
"The room yells back at me, 'It's the board members. Why don't board members do what they're supposed to do?'"
- Hardy Smith, Consultant & Speaker, Hardy Smith Consulting
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