Sep

18

Webinar: Building and Maintaining a Successful Non-Profit Board of Directors

Managing a non-profit organization’s board of directors can be a significant part of an executive director’s responsibilities. However, already-taxed staff often struggle to find time to develop the relationships at the core of a successful board of directors. In this webinar, held on January 30, 2012, participants learned about the critical investments they can make in their own organization’s boards that will make a significant difference in their board’s effectiveness and success. This webinar also helps redefine what it means…

Past Event
September 18, 2012, 8:00 am

Managing a non-profit organization’s board of directors can be a significant part of an executive director’s responsibilities. However, already-taxed staff often struggle to find time to develop the relationships at the core of a successful board of directors. In this webinar, held on January 30, 2012, participants learned about the critical investments they can make in their own organization’s boards that will make a significant difference in their board’s effectiveness and success. This webinar also helps redefine what it means to have a successful board, how staff can impact board success, and how effective boards can make or break organizational development and sustainability.

To download a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation used in this webinar, click here.


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