By Stephanie Ciccarelli
January 6, 2009
Have you ever been part of a team, choir, or musical ensemble?
Members of teams, regardless of activity, work together, rely upon each other and are united to achieve a common goal.
Take a peek through the lens of team work and see how it relates to governing bodies.
Being in harmony with your team mates while collectively maintaining accountability in the midst of striving to reach a common goal (or goals) is extremely important, if not critical, when building and fortifying a foundation for success.
The reflection above could be applied to organizations, institutions and even unions, which leads me to my question:
Share what your expectations of a governing body serving voice over professionals would be by leaving a comment on this article.
Looking forward to hearing your ideas,
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