Participants will learn to identify common pitfalls that undermine board effectiveness, and develop an understanding of successful ways to work together with staff. We’ll look at roles and responsibilities of boards and staff, good communications, clear work plans, and how to deal with common disruptions.
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Interested in learning best practices to facilitate better understanding of board members’ responsibilities for Form 990 oversight, performing due diligence, and for meeting IRS requirements? Join Raphael Carletti and Jack Fein of Mercadien’s Nonprofit & Human Services Group to discuss the Form and establishing effective financial and fiduciary policies. Donors/funders use Form 990 to evaluate […]
With a finite amount of money available, grant giving is increasingly affected by deciding which organizations can deliver the deepest impact or benefit to society. Hear what grantmakers have to say about your proposals Learn how they decide what to fund. A selection of grantors – foundation, corporate, small, large – will help you understand their […]
Many organizations have a solid board that works well together and accomplishes the necessary work of the organization. This workshop will move organizations from good to great by teaching new ways to approach the work of both the board and the professional staff in creating a meaningful, flexible and strategic board engagement that provides the […]