Pillars of Effective Leadership – A Nonprofit Board Training
Name:Pillars of Effective Leadership – A Nonprofit Board Training
Date:March 6, 2019
Pillars of Effective Leadership – A Nonprofit Board Training Nonprofit Board members and Executive leaders must be knowledgeable about corporate details as well as the intricacies of their mission and goals. The desired end result is an effective organization. Board services comes with a high level of responsibility. As a nonprofit Board member, do you have clarity on your roles, responsibilities and how to best guide the strategic direction of a successful organization?
Key takeaways of this session will include:
• Nonprofit Governance Best Practices
• Fiduciary and legal responsibilities of the Board
• Defined roles for strategic and operational areas of the organization
• Best practices for policies, procedures and practical application of Board leadership
• How the Board Leadership and Executive work together for achieving organizational vision, mission and goals
Audience: This session is for anyone who wants to learn more about effective nonprofit leadership.
Speaker: Alison Hart - Alison Hart is the principal at A. Hart Associates. She has more than 15 years of nonprofit and association management experience. As former Executive Director for the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce, Alison has worked with Chambers throughout the state on board and policy management as well as strategic planning. Alison’s career has included designing, developing, marketing, and facilitating membership, constituent, and public private partnership programs. Her work extends to both nonprofit and private sector organizations. Alison holds a Certified Association Executive designation from American Society of Association Executives and is a graduate of Western Association of Chamber Executives Academy.
If registered by February 22 the cost for this training is FREE to Cottage Grove Chamber Members and only $20 for non-members. After February 22 Chamber Members pay $5.00 and non-members pay $25. To register contact Beth via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (541) 942-2411.