Why Your Boys & Girls Club Board Needs To Tell Its’ Story.

Be The Change

Have you ever heard that experience is the best teacher? Your organization’s developmental journey including board member trails, stakeholder successes, and thrill of renewal will help other organizations who are in middle of change. Story telling is an effective tool used to convey mission-based messages. Story telling is important because stories are central to our personal and professional development processes for understanding, remembering, and communicating. Stories make it easy to learn, helps build character, entertains us and so on. Your story is what defines you and your commitment to serving youth and the values that you build from in your board’s decision making.

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