Your Board members have already demonstrated their commitment to your organization and mission simply by being board members! So your job, as good stewards of their time and resources, is to make sure when you do have them together for a board meeting they are using their time, and yours, most effectively.
In this Gonser Gerber Institute “Quick Bite” program, we will explore the importance of preparing, planning, communicating, organizing, and running board meetings, and good practices for following up afterwards. Whether they happen 4 times a year on your college campus, or once a month virtually, using that time most effectively will only benefit those you serve.
As a follow-up to our webinar on November 16, “Using the Board’s Energy Effectively”, Erin Phillips, senior consultant with Gonser Gerber, will review the very best ways to use board meetings to create action plans, communicate wins, and enjoy the opportunity to be together.
About This Program
The cost for this Quick Bite Program is $89 for non-clients, and $79 for current clients. This fee is per institution, so the whole team can participate, and includes a copy of the webinar recording and presentation to be delivered by email once the program concludes.
Gonser Gerber Institute Quick Bite Programs are less than 30 minutes in length and designed to present valuable content to the advancement profession quickly and efficiently. These are issues and topics that we think are timely, overlooked, or need to know now.
On Demand Details: After your registration, you will receive a copy of the power point presentation as well as a copy of the recording. (Please allow at least 48 business hours to receive your materials.) You will be able to share these materials with your entire team, including volunteers, and review the recording as many times as you need.
Senior Consultant Erin Phillips has more than 20 years of experience in a variety of advancement and executive leadership positions. Most recently, Erin served as Senior Vice President of Enterprise Development for National Community Renaissance, assessing and implementing profitable enterprises and partnerships that will help provide more affordable housing to those in need. Prior to her time at National Community Renaissance, Erin was Executive Director of the Riverside University Health System Foundation, President & CEO of Children’s Fund, Assistant Vice President for University Advancement at California Baptist University, and Alumni & Constituent Relations at University of California, Riverside.