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DCM - How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Board© – Individual Registration

DCM - How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Board© – Individual Registration

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    How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Board©

    A Board Chair’s Guide to Succeed, Not Just Survive Today’s Challenging Times

    An eight-module online course that members of your Board can take from their home, office or mobile device.
    Topics covered include:

    • Characteristics of high performing nonprofit boards,
      and the common obstacles to high performance
    • The role and responsibilities of the nonprofit board
      chair, and what characterizes a high performing chair
    • Board leadership succession
    • Board recruitment, reappointment and best practices
    • The board and CEO relationship
    • Today’s executive leadership competencies
    • The board’s role in strategic planning
    • Would your board rather have a root canal than
      raise money?
    • Addressing difficult board member behavior
    • Measuring and evaluating the board’s annual performance

      This online course provides your board with a one-year license to provide board orientation, ongoing board governance educational tools and answers to the many challenges your board might need to address. You can register up to 18 individuals who can take the course from their office, home or mobile app. Each member will also receive a course handbook and an individualized certificate of completion. In addition, the purchase of each course includes 60 minutes of FREE virtual consultation with Dennis to discuss any issues or answer any questions. Each of the 8 modules presents questions for your board to discuss as a group throughout the year at each of your board meetings. Completing this course will enable your board members to feel a greater sense of self-confidence and will find their service on your board more enjoyable and meaningful. Your board will mature and learn how to transition beyond the traditional roles of fiduciary, business and strategic advisors to be one of being in a “true partnership with the CEO” providing leadership in helping your organization achieve your strategic vision and goals. The ultimate beneficiaries will be those you serve in your community, whether global, national or local.|