One of the most common issues that Boards of Trustees face is dealing with disruptive trustees, such as trustees that attempt to micro-manage the college CEO and/or staff, require an excessive numbers of reports and information, are adversarial, etc. This paper is intended to provide Boards with the tools to prevent a disruptive trustee from overwhelming a Board as well as steps to take to manage a disruptive trustee.  Changing Board behavior is not for the faint of heart as it requires respectful and continued attention to identifying bad practices and demonstrating proper behavior. Recommendations are made at the end of the paper for other sources of assistance.

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