William Mott Ph.D.

William R. Mott, Ph.D., is a consultant, speaker, author,teacher and leader in the school and nonprofit world. Bill’s successful careerincludes being head of two private schools, president of a small college,director of a historic house museum and director of development of a nationallyrecognized university. He currently serves as the Coordinator of the Master’sprogram in Independent School Leadership at Trevecca Nazarene University inNashville, TN. Bill earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from VanderbiltUniversity and regularly consults with schools and NPOs regarding all aspectsof board and governance issues. For more information about having the authorspeak to your organization or group, visit www.williamrmottphd.com orwww.theboardgamecoach.com.

Executive sessions: Five reasons they are bad for your organization

During a recent conversation with a nonprofit business manager, he shared with me the disturbing and unfortunate news that the board of trustees of the organization had decided to start holding executive sessions. Such sessions are usually held after the conclusion of business from the regular board meeting. Excluded from the

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