Date(s) - 10/16/2020
10:00 am - 11:30 am
The relationship between executive leadership and your nonprofit board is one of the most important partnerships for any organization. Your board should help with strategic planning, help to advance your mission, and provide meaningful insights and advice for your organization.
Join us for an overview on nonprofit boards and how to create a more effective relationship between executive and board leadership teams.
On October 16, Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) will host a free Nonprofit Roundtable panel session featuring Martha Sloan Felch.
This workshop will help you better understand the impact your board has on your nonprofit organization and will give you insights and tips to help you improve the role of your board leadership.
This session will address the following questions:
- Do you view the presence of your Board as simply a regulatory requirement? Or also as a resource to support and advance the organization’s mission?
- Are you and the Board Chair an effective team? Is the Chair an effective leader, with an effective board team.
- Do Board members fully understand your Mission, and their Roles and Responsibilities? Have you had some voice in developing the Expectations of a Board member?
- Are board meetings an opportunity for you and your board to have meaningful discussions on issues which “keep you up at night”? Or is it a “show and tell” opportunity for you to update the board, with little time remaining for discussion and determining ways in which the Board can provide strategic assistance.
About Our Presenter:
Martha: Martha Sloan Felch provides consulting services to nonprofit organizations seeking to improve mission effectiveness, fiduciary board effectiveness, board development strategy including recruitment and assessment, board/staff relationships, and governance strategy and process. She draws on her more than 20 years of service to a broad range of nonprofit boards including Babson College, YWCA Boston, New England Baptist Hospital, and The May Institute. Martha has developed an extensive array of professional skills during her 30+ years in commercial banking with particular expertise in risk assessment and mitigation, financial analysis, relationship development, negotiation, and consultative sales, segment development and branding, public relations, team building, and meeting facilitation. Her education includes an MBA from Babson College and a BA from Connecticut College.
Please apply using the link below by October 13th. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance within two days of their application.