San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Board Cultivation: Assessment, Planning and Evaluation for Boards
Devoting time to board cultivation leads to more cohesive board teams. Learn how to develop a strong foundation to support the achievement of the board’s purpose and sustain its efforts. This workshop reviews several techniques for assessing, planning and evaluating how your board operates to create a more effective board.
- Assessment: How to create the right board structure & Review past year
- Planning: Set priorities for coming year & Identify actions to take
- Evaluation: Self evaluation steps and more formal evaluation approaches
Location: 1001 Brickell Bay Drive
19th Floor East Conference Room
Miami, FL 33131
Presenter: Dr. Tisa McGhee
CEO, Senior Consultant
Tisa McGhee, PhD is the CEO of Mc3 Consulting Inc. (Mc3), a national organizational development consulting firm with a mission to improve organizational effectiveness using assessment, planning and training. Our goal is to assist in changing organizational beliefs, values and structure so that it can better adapt to new technologies, markets, and challenges. Founded in 2009, Mc3 works with individual nonprofits, community agencies, for-profit organizations and funders in support of communities throughout the nation. Over the past 7+ years, Dr. McGhee has consulted with multiple organizations including The Boys and Girls Club of Miami-Dade, The Women’s Fund, TACOLCY Center, and Urgent Inc. Dr. McGhee has extensive experience in facilitating, training, coaching, planning, working with and for boards, leadership and evaluation. She collaboratively designs strategies for individuals, groups, organizations and communities to respond effectively to change. At the core of all of her work: Building community and systems capability using engaging and empowerment techniques.
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Our work includes group training, advocacy to preserve and expand local, state, and federal funding sources for community development, and fostering collaboration and engaging new partners in community development efforts.
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