- Are your Executive Director and board members on the same page, pulling together and staying focused during these uncertain changing times?
- Are you prepared to finish 2020 in as strong a position as possible?
- Is the board ready to take their role in fundraising seriously?
If your answer is less than a full ‘yes’, your communication and board meeting practices may need strengthening.
This can be especially challenging now when so much of work is online.
Join us for this experiential webinar.
Let’s tackle these questions:
What online tools & facilitation practices can you use to ensure productive satisfying meetings?
Are you communicating too much or too little to board members?
How can you bring new life and energy into meetings when members are tired and/or distracted?
Join us for this training designed just for you.
“I got tremendous value from the training. Over the next month I implemented strategies we discussed and saw immediate noticeable improvements. Thank you!”
– Adrienne Cole, CEO, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
A deeper discussion includes:
Re-imagine the ideal Executive Director – Board Member relationship.
Discover why ‘playing it safe’ in meetings does not support the organization meetings its mission and fundraising goals.
Experiment with easy to implement practices to improve board meetings & general communication.
- Explore how to add creativity, fun and depth to board meetings.
Learn from your peers’ experience in the training. We are truly in this together!
As a bonus, those who participate in the training will have access to an online board assessment and a 30-minute consulting session to help apply what you learn to your unique circumstance.
“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. 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