Is your board equipped to help your organization accomplish its goals? Are there talent gaps you need to fill? Do you need to start the recruitment process for new board members for your nonprofit? Many nonprofit leaders, regardless of the size of the organization, struggle with how to motivate and maintain a strong board. Managing a board can be time-consuming and perplexing, but a healthy, hardworking board can also be rewarding.
Learn how to recruit board members for your nonprofit and how to build a board with the skills your organization needs. We will discuss establishing criteria for board member recruitment so you will know when you have found the right people for your nonprofit.
What skills and talents does your nonprofit organization need to advance your work strategically over the next few years? Does your board reflect the population and community you serve? We’ll look at how you can answer these questions and more so you can find, recruit, and train a board that will help you further your mission.
During this webinar, we will cover:
- How to identify and strategically fill the talent gaps on your board
- Define clear expectations to improve accountability and stewardship
- Help board members embrace fundraising opportunities
- Create a leadership pipeline to prepare your next generation of board leadership
Free Recorded Webinar: Financial Training for Board Members
Although your mission is the main goal of your nonprofit, raising funds is necessary for growth and longevity, and having your board’s guidance is a big part of that. They act as trustee of your organization’s assets to ensure the organization is well-managed and remains fiscally sound. With this nonprofit board training, your board members can provide more effective governance and oversight of your nonprofit’s financial management policies and activities.
During this nonprofit board training webinar, we cover:
- Typical financial responsibilities and misunderstandings of board members
- Fundamental fiduciary duties for a nonprofit board and its members
- How to read, interpret, and understand the financial reports for the nonprofit you represent