Successfully advancing your institution and raising more money is dependent on the thoughtful engagement of people who care deeply for your mission and who possess influence and affluence. In today’s complex environment, it has never been more critical to have the right volunteers in place to provide counsel, advice, and support on key issues and to serve as advocates in support of your mission and vision.
Advisory Councils, when implemented well, can serve as a catalyst for this type of volunteer engagement. But just having an Advisory Council that meets a few times a year is not enough. Understanding how to implement effective plans to identify, recruit, and then engage the best volunteer leaders is critical to your success.
This webinar, brought to you by the Gonser Gerber Institute, will provide education, healthcare, and nonprofit leaders with real-world, proven strategies and exciting new approaches in recruiting, building, managing and maintaining strong Advisory Councils. If you currently have an Advisory Council that is not fully helping you advance your mission, or if you are thinking of starting an Advisory Council, this webinar is for you!
- Volunteers with Vision: The Role of Advisory Councils for Your Advancement Success
- Innovative Techniques for Identifying, Qualifying and Recruiting the Best Advisory Councils
- Making Advisory Council Meetings More Engaging
- Dynamic Advisory Councils: The Importance of Structure, Evaluations, and Engaging Your Members Between Meetings
- Strengthening the Relationship Between Administrators and Advisory Councils
- What To Do When It Doesn’t Go As Planned
The fee is $295 per institution, which allows your entire team the opportunity to participate in this professional development at the same time. If you are a current client of Gonser Gerber Advancement Consulting, that fee is just $145. You will also receive a copy of the presentation and a recording of the webinar with your registration.
Jason McNeal, Ph.D., Gonser Gerber partner, has provided advancement leadership to non-profit organizations for more than 20 years. Having served as the chief advancement officer at East Georgia College and Maryville College (TN), he also has consulted with institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. Dr. McNeal has written and presented extensively on key issues in education, healthcare, and nonprofit fundraising and leadership including his blog that you can find at http://www.jasonmcneal.com.