Special Workshop: Best Practices in Board Development
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Special Workshop: Best Practices in Board Development

The Board of Directors serves an important leadership role in every nonprofit organization. This workshop will review best practices of nonprofit boards (and museum boards in particular), tools for improving board engagement, and tips for moving your Board toward strategic meetings. This interactive session will provide opportunities for you to ask questions and engage in discussion on specific issues related to working with your Board, whether you're new to a board or just need a refresher.

5/11/2015
When: 05/11/2015
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Where: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 North Boulevard
Richmond, Virginia  23220
United States
Contact: Christina E. Newton, Assistant Director
8043583170


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Best Practices in Board Development

Co-sponsored by VAM and the Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence (PNE)


The Board of Directors serves an important leadership role in every nonprofit organization. This special half day workshop will review best practices of nonprofit boards (and museum boards in particular), tools for improving board engagement, and tips for moving your board toward strategic meetings. This interactive session will provide opportunities for you to ask questions and engage in discussion on specific issues related to working with your board. Whether you are in need of new board training or a refresher course, we encourage nonprofit leaders, staff and board members to take advantage of this unique training opportunity for the success of your organization.

 

Date: 
Monday, May 11, 2015

 

Time: 
1:00pm - 4:00pm

 

Location:

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Conference Room on lower level, across from the Cheek Theatre
200 North Boulevard 
Richmond, VA 23220

 

Speakers: 
Annette Cousins, Programs and Operations Manager, Organizational Solutions (a program of Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence)

 

Virginia Certificate in Museum Management Credit:

Half Credit in Internal Affairs

 

 

 

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