Balance, balance, balance: Is there balance during the bar president life cycle?

Garvis, Marlene S.
September 2010
Bar Leader;Sep/Oct2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p11
The author discusses best practices to help go through the bar president life cycle. She notes communicating the goals with the executive director and even asking past presidents about some the highlights of their term. She also mentions delegating work to other members of the association. She advises assigning specific tasks to different committees and departments to ensure balance. At the end of the term, she recommends preparing the annual report and writing thank you notes to executive director and staff.


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