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When was the last time you made some spring cleaning in your organization?
Have you tried to look at your Bylaws and Letters of Incorporation lately?
Have you done some reviews of your Policies and Guidance Documents?
Have you considered reviewing your Terms of References, Procurements, and Vendor processes?
Have you made progress in your volunteer growth and advancement recently?
Are staff and Board evaluations and reviews in the pipeline?
Sometimes, the best spring cleaning begins at your desk.
What work are you trying to put off in the last few weeks and months now?
What difficult conversation must take place sooner than later?
Who needs to be informed, consulted, and engaged in your process?
The rigmarole of paper pushing in many offices is seldom questioned.
It's time to figure out what is work and what's non-work.
Spring cleaning is all about tackling the most essential and dropping the non-work.
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