Board Chair Boot Camp

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Name: Board Chair Boot Camp
Date: November 29, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM CST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:

Current board chairs, newly appointed board chairs, presidents-elect - are you ready to advance your board leadership skills?

No matter the length of service, board members often feel under-prepared to take on the wide range of new responsibilities when assuming the role of board chair. Board Chair Boot Camp can give you a head start on successfully fulfilling this crucial role.

Participants will leave this session with a solid grasp of skills and behaviors needed to become highly effective in their role as board chairs. Course content focuses on these key areas: the fundamentals of board service, board policy, board structure, trends, leading effective meetings, leveraging contacts within the community, evaluating staff and board, succession planning and the board chair/executive director relationship. 

This is a must-attend opportunity for current and prospective board chairs!

Presenters:

     Debra Box, President and CEO, Support Kansas City, Inc.
     ​Ann Zimmerman, Industry Coordinator, KC STEM Alliance

A program of the Board Development series.

Sponsors:
Thank you to our Board Development Track sponsor:



Thank you to our program sponsor:

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Location:
Nonprofit Connect
125 East 31st Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
in the Community Room, KCPT Building
(Located under the big red tower)
 
Please park in the two lots directly north and across 31st Street from the station, leaving the main lot for disabled visitors. Use caution when crossing the street. 
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, November 29, 2018
2:00 - 6:00 PM
Contact Information:
Noreen Bridgham
Fees/Admission:
$80 - Nonprofit Connect members
$125 - Nonmembers

No refunds will be given after November 21, 2018
and no-shows will be billed accordingly.

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