Effective Nonprofit Governance - Trust, Ethics & Accountability - Kellogg E...
ACCOUNTABLE NONPROFIT GOVERNANCE, TRANSPARENCY and TRUST are key to a successful relationship between the board of a nonprofit organization and its executive leadership. Come join the Kellogg Center for Nonprofit Management and practitioner faculty for a day of courageous conversations, group work, and a dive into topics such as roles and relationships transparency in planning for succession and building that trust through multiple generations of leadership. Then, discuss how this transparency of leadership roles could be strategically applied in establishing processes for accountability throughout the organization. Work through case studies presented by Sophia Shaw, Justin Craig and Pranav Kothari, who have all closely worked with Boards and Executive leadership teams and will lead the sessions.
Senior leaders, bring along a Board Chair or a CEO/ Executive Director colleague for a special discount of $350/person. Click on this special pricing link for bringing your peers and colleagues to this program.
Sophia Shaw, Adjunct Professor, Kellogg School of Management
Managing Partner, Acorn Advisors
Director, Board Fellow Programs
Prior CEO, Chicago Botanic Gardens
Justin B. Craig, Clinical Professor of Family Enterprises
Co-Director of the Center for Family Enterprises
Kellogg School of Management
Pranav Kothari, Adjunct Lecturer of Social Enterprise, Kellogg School Of Management
Founder & CEO, Revolution Impact, LLC