Challenges of Governance: Creating a high-functioning board: Governance Series

November 16, 2022 1 PM

Challenges of Governance: Creating a high-functioning board: Governance Series
November 16, 2022 1 PM
2000-01-01T00:00:00.000-05:00

Wednesday, November 16  1-2:30pm
with Mike Grogan
REGISTRATION

At some point or another, virtually every nonprofit encounters barriers to effective board functioning. Fractured working relationships, a lack of role clarity, and short-sighted governance discussions are just some of the challenges that limit an organization’s ability to progress and deliver on mission.

By approaching board governance as a team activity, this highly interactive workshop will bring best practices to life through collaborative examination of case studies. The case studies are based on real-life situations, allowing leaders to anticipate potential setbacks and discuss possible ways forward. 

This webinar is designed for nonprofit leaders looking for practical insight on building and maintaining a high-functioning board, no matter what stage of board development your organization may be in.  

During the session, we’ll cover:

  • Principles of good governance and the foundations of working together as a board
  • Common issues in nonprofit boards: overview, case discussions
  • Resources and tools to share with your board

A Zoom link will be sent to all registrants prior to the event.

Cost: $30.

Bring a colleague and receive a discount! Pay $40 for two tickets using the following code on each ticket at checkout: TWO4FORTY

Trainer: IntegralOrg President and CEO, Mike Grogan, has worked in the nonprofit sector for over 25 years and is recognized for his ability to inspire nonprofit organizations to tackle complex issues and create sustainable solutions to organizational and community issues. Mike’s passion is helping organizations understand the ever-evolving ecosystem and working with organizational teams to build capacities to respond and adapt to a changing environment. From program lifecycle analysis, to change management, and sector network development, Mike has worked with diverse stakeholders to design programs and systems to meet the changing needs of nonprofit organizations and of the nonprofit sector.