Board members are one of a nonprofit organization’s most important assets.
They can make or break you as CEO.
How do you seamlessly:
Attract the right leaders?
Plan for smooth successions?
Make sure members have the support they need to be successful?
Increase engagement building genuine relationships that increase resources?
Engage them in fundraising when they don’t want to ask for money?
Clint Walker will join us.
He has been the Chair of the Board of the West End Neighborhood House in Wilmington Delaware for more than five years.
West End Neighborhood House is a human services organization committed to empowering community residents in becoming self-sufficient, connecting to education, employment and housing opportunities. The organization has grown tremendously under Clint’s leadership, serving over 10,000 people with revenues over $8 million annually.
We’ll learn from Clint what works to develop a strong partnership with the CEO that supports increased community impact and revenue.
And we’ll learn from each other in this engaging closed-door conversation!
Join a small group of CEOs leading large organizations to explore these critical topics.
Together, we’ll tackle these questions:
What are best practices in structuring your board? Do board term limits help or hinder?
How can can you fairly evaluate board member performance and transition those not engaged off the board with dignity?
What are the very best roles for board members to increase impact?
What are best practices for more deeply engaging board members? We does a great meeting agenda always include to support engagement?
Join us for this closed door discussion designed just for you.
“I got tremendous value from the round table. Over the next month I implemented strategies we
discussed and saw immediate noticeable improvements.
– Adrienne Cole, CEO,
Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
“HIGOL’s deep listening & powerful methods for working with the team to move toward a more sustainable business model have been invaluable to our work.”
– Ron Pringle, CEO, Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
Interested in joining the discussion?
Bring your questions for a deeper discussion. They may include:
What are best practices for your governance or board nominations committee? (Hint: This is where the future of your organization lies!)
How do you systematically evaluate the skill sets and backgrounds missing or that you want for your next gen board?
How do you begin to genuinely engage a board that has been mostly bean-counting (vs being your advocate and resource-raiser)?
How do you plan for outstanding, engaged, can’t wait to get there, (vs. can’t wait for it to end!) board meetings – every time?