Board Chair Online Forum - Accountability for Performance (Session 3 of 3)
Board Chair Online Forum – Accountability for Performance (Session 3 of 3)
Tuesday, March 9 | 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Online Web Forum
Offered in Partnership with: Unger Consulting Services
So, you’ve landed yourself in the Board Chair seat. Now what? Whether you’ve just begun in this role, have been doing it awhile, or are the Chair-Elect, you are sure to have questions. Your governing board has ultimate corporate accountability, yet only meets for 12-24 hours per year. How will you do it all and do it well?
Each of three meetings, facilitated by governance expert Janet Unger, will offer a high level of exchange with your peers. Janet will provide practical tips and tools to help make your job easier. Join other nonprofit leaders for this interactive series designed exclusively for current and incoming Board Chairs.
In this session, the final of three, we’ll focus on Accountability for Performance. We’ll cover operational oversight, how to ensure executive performance, and how to stay on top of board performance. At the end of our time together, we’ll reflect on how we’ll modify board monitoring of performance.
Whether you choose to join for just this session or all three, you will:
These advanced practice sessions are designed for chairs of governing boards. If you are the chair of a “working board”, this series may not be as applicable to your situation.
Please note that this web series is intended to be interactive; attendees are highly encouraged to join by webcam, if possible, and actively participate in the conversation. Due to the collaborative nature of these sessions, space will be limited to the first 20 registrants. Anyone beyond the first 20 will be added to a waiting list for our next cohort. Additionally, t
Session 1: Your Role as Board Chair (Tuesday, January 12)
Your experience and observations
Board Chair Role
Key Relationships for Board Chair
Current Board Chair situations
What will you do differently?
Session 2: Leading Robust Board Meetings (Tuesday, February 9)
Designing the Agenda
Ensuring Productive Meetings
How will you adjust your board meetings?
Session 3: Accountability for Performance (Tuesday, March 9)
Operational Oversight > Foresight and Impact
Ensuring Executive Performance
How will you modify board monitoring of performance?
Cost (Session 3 Only):
$70 PANO Members | $155 Not Yet Members
Terms of Participation
Cost (Full Series – 15% Discount!):
$180 PANO Members | $390 Not Yet Members
Terms of Participation
We never want cost to be a barrier to participation – please don’t hesitate to reach out so we can discuss ways to make this work for you! Email Christina, Director of Learning & Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to start a conversation.
Materials & Login/Call-In Instructions:
What Past Participants are Saying About this Series:
“It has been such a valuable tool for me to use in my role as board chair. There is so much to glean from each month’s rich forum material.”
“Great information and presenter”
“You have given me so many concrete things I can change! I can see that these things will really make a positive difference.”
“Pertinent information and the ability to share with and hear about other chairs’ experiences”
“The breadth of Janet’s knowledge. The presentation was very comprehensive and the supporting materials look like they will be easy to implement.”
“Invaluable information and resources and great discussion.”
“So much I can actually apply.”
“What fabulous forums. You shared quite a breadth of materials these past three months that will be resources for me during my time as board chair.”
About the Facilitator:
Nonprofits hire Janet Unger to increase the effectiveness of their board and to position their organization for the future. Unger Consulting integrates Janet’s governance and organization development expertise. This skilled facilitator will guide you in analyzing current conditions, evaluating options and finding creative solutions to complex challenges.
Janet taught the course Board Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations at the University of Pennsylvania. She provides practical advice to strengthen board leadership for individual agencies as well as across association networks, leads strategic planning from thoughtful analysis to achieving substantive progress, facilitates organizational restructurings, and helps families of boards understand the complexities of their parent-subsidiary structure.
Through the years, Janet has chaired governing boards, advisory boards and numerous committees. She also cultivated her business acumen developing a small family business and as a landlord. The depth of her experience in coaching local, regional, national, and international clients over the past 30 years, coupled with her diverse business achievements helps Janet provide clear and pragmatic professional guidance.
For additional information, please visit Janet’s LinkedIn profile.
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