Developing & Utilizing Your 21st Century Not-For-Profit Board In An Era Of Change: The Hillsides Case Study
March 22, 2017 — Executive Web Briefing Exclusively For Members Of The OPEN MINDS Next Generation Forum On Children’s Services
The membership of many not-for-profit Board of Directors have been in their role for many years. Many of these Board members have at least a general understanding of the assumptions and strategies that have guided their organizations over time. With a rapidly changing service and funding environment, many Boards have recently seen significant changes in the financial health of their organizations and ways in which clients are served.
Join OPEN MINDS senior associate, Howard Shiffman and Joseph M. Costa, chief executive officer of Hillsides, March 22 at 2:00pm ET for this case study web briefing on rethinking expectations for Board member roles, recruitment, and development strategies to create a supportive Board that understands the changing organizational needs to remain responsive and sustainable. This web briefing will highlight Hillsides’ strategies for creating and leveraging a 21st Century Board to increase sustainability in the turbulent children’s services marketplace.
During this 60-minute web briefing, attendee will get a deeper understanding of:
Traditional Board roles versus 21st Century Board roles
The role of the executive team to keep Board members ready for change
Characteristics and competencies of 21st Century Board members
Recruitment strategies to increase your Board’s impact
An in-depth case study of Hillside’s strategies for creating and leveraging its Board to increase sustainability