Moving Your Board from Complacency to Accountability
Do your board members listen, nod sagely, and then disappear? Do they agree to take on assignments then "forget" them till the next board meeting? Does it feel like you have to remind board members, time and time again, of everything? Learn how to put peer-to-peer accountability and internal leadership into place so that your board is firing on all cylinders - and answers to each other, not just the executive director. Hint: Boards that are unaccountable in other areas almost never deliver in fundraising - so these changes are a precursor to board fundraising success.
- Identify what is holding your board back - in fundraising and other board functions.
- Consider a wide range of options to get your board members back in the driver's seat.
- Leave with a Board Activation Plan customized to your organization's needs.
This workshop will be presented by Judy Levine, Executive Director of Cause Effective
Area of Excellence: Governance
Please Note: This meeting is open to current NPCC nonprofit members and non-member organizations, and may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints.
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