San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Many of you have served or are currently serving on a community nonprofit board and recognize the board as a key body for navigating organizational complexity. Please join us for an advanced-level nonprofit board discussion that explores the board’s role in strategic leadership. The session is designed for community members serving on a nonprofit board or in leadership positions with charitable organizations and are experienced in nonprofit governance.
Tuesday, November 15 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | Greater Twin Cities United Way
In this session we will explore:
- Curious Boards
- Beyond nonprofit Board of Directors Fiduciary Duties: Defining the Duty of Leadership
- Governance As Leadership: Exploring the three modes of governance
- Takeaway Tip: Consent Agenda
- Pre-reading: Curious Boards by Nancy Axelrod
- Bring a copy of your most recent board agenda to analyze during the Agenda Boot Camp
Dinner and Networking: 5:30-5:45 p.m.
Presentation & Q&A session: 5:45-7:30 p.m.
This session is the same that was offered on 5/24/2016. This discussion will be led by Jennifer Kramm of MAP for Nonprofits. This session assumes participants have a foundation in board roles and responsibilities and/or have taken MAP’s Board Boot Camp class.
Parking is available at limited street meters or pay parking structures.
*Dinner will be provided. Please list any food allergies or dietary restrictions when prompted during registration.
When & Where
Greater Twin Cities United Way
United Way believes that our community will only reach its full potential when everyone participates. We fuel lasting change by uniting people for social good. We work for equity and use our position to create a community that works for everyone. We are creating opportunities for all humankind by collaborating with partner agencies, corporations, community leaders and people like you.