How to become a Volunteer Advisory Board Member
To do so, you should know your roles & responsibilities
The Advisory Board should provide guidelines to Windsor University and be of great asset to the Institute. Windsor University’s Governing Board should sincerely ponder the Advisory Board’s recommendations since they offer direction, acquaintance, assistance, and response. The Advisory Board should not have formal authority to govern the Institute. They do not issue directives of any kind. Governing Board should cautiously contemplate the caliber of the Advisory Board members.
Advisory Board members should be individuals with a reputation for honesty and integrity. Additionally, they should be capable of reflective listening and evaluating and should be able communicators. They should also be willing to work collaboratively and provide constructive feedback to each other and the Institute. Lastly, they should be open to different points of view, be patient and responsive, and be willing to engage.