Building the Board that Understands and Assures Perpetuity
Led by Sharon Danosky
Thursday, June 30
Time: 1:00 – 2:30pm
RSVP Required: firstname.lastname@example.org
Strong and engaged boards are going to be key for the leadership of tomorrow’s land trusts. Yet land trust board members often struggle to figure out their role on the board; how their board can become stronger; if and when to bring on staff; and how they can build a board that can govern on an on-going basis when members are coming and going … or don’t ever leave!
Learning how to become a stronger, more purposeful board will help your board members become more excited about their participation in the land trust and more effective in the work that matters now and for the future of the land trust. As a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer, Sharon will lead an interactive session that focuses on self-reflection that can set you and your board on a path to a more constructive partnership.
There is no charge for participation in this webinar. RSVP is required: email@example.com
Three Learning Objectives:
- Nine steps to building an effective Board
- How to recruit and orient talent to build the best Board to carry forward the mission
- The most effective ways to set expectations and assess Board performance
- Purpose of the Board
- Lifecycle of a nonprofit and its board
- Effective Board Member and when Boards do not work
- Demands for the future
- The Board Building Cycle – 9 Steps:
- Board member renewal
- Executive Director and the board sharing leadership
- What's next – governing with intent
About Sharon Danosky:
For over 30 years, Sharon, founder and president of Danosky & Associates, has dedicated her career to working with nonprofits. As a consultant and senior executive for numerous organizations, she has transformed them into highly effectively charities of choice in their communities. Sharon has and continues to provide consulting for various CT land trusts and environmental groups and has embarked on the journey of a merger and an accreditation with one of the land trusts she consults for.