The capacity and engagement of your board determines your organization’s success, second only to your own leadership abilities.
Join your peers to explore building and leveraging board capacity. Leverage these efforts to attract the funding and resources needed to grow your organization.
We meet as a small group of 8 to get the year started on the right foot. Join us January 3rd from 9:00 am – 11:30 am in downtown Durham.
The top 3 mistakes nonprofit leaders make in engaging board members.
How can you create the conditions where board members naturally want to give their time and treasure – over and over – preparing you for critical community campaigns?
How is it possible to have a Governance Committee that develops and maintains a healthy board’s culture?
Join us for this Executive Roundtable, designed just for you.
“The best morning of professional development I have experienced.”
– Kristin Hathorn, Executive Director, Playworks
We will spend our time exploring questions related to the successful board engagement and development including:
How can you support board members in deepening their interest and commitment?
Can we change up the board meetings to support critical strategic thinking by members that will take your organization to the next level (instead of diving into the minutia)?
How can you set the stage for board members to ‘naturally’ understand the need for resource sharing and fundraising?
Learn from your peers’ successes and mistakes (we’ve all made them!).
Connect with other CEOs and Executive Directors who want to create effective committed boards of directors who take action.
Interested in joining us?
“Teri got me to focus on ambitious goals for the organization and a vision for what North Carolina can become. She helped me connect the vision to the specific nuts and bolts of how to achieve it – fundraising, management and staff structure, board development – so that the vision isn’t just a concept. She challenged me to think about things in a way that took me out of my comfort zone, which helped me and the organization grow. We are poised to have a banner year in revenue generation, land conservation and community engagement with environmental stewardship.”
– Reid Wilson, Former Executive Director Conservation Trust for North Carolina