Get free from unhealthy board functioning. Effective governance and successful performance of nonprofits are tied to one another. Opportunities for learning are vital. The board often needs training that supports them with
- team building
- practices that provide content knowledge that adds to decision making skills
- staying focused on strategy and capacity building, and
- fundraising skills development.
Do you need help developing an effective committee and task force culture where work can happen to keep board meetings focused on strategies rather than reporting?
The relationship between the board chair and executive director is critical in communicating, managing, supporting, and sharing leadership. Coaching can help with building this important relationship.
NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
When you need a partner, or an informed perspective in designing solutions, and before taking the next step in your evolution, or accomplishing a specific project or goal, let me help you think through the difficult transitions and transformational change imperatives you or your organization face. Sometimes we need a change agent to help us with strategies and scaffolding to support change.
COACHING / MENTORING
Are you getting the results you need for your nonprofit? If you think you need some support on how to adapt more easily to change, work more effectively with your board, present better to funders and guide development at your organization, or just need someone to help hold you accountable for the changes you seek, coaching can help.
BOARD & STAFF TRAINING
Does your board need more engagement? Do they know how to be fundraising resources? Are they leading your planning? I can assist with strategies to change and reengage boards leading to stronger organizations and more resources to accomplish more mission.
Do you need your staff to grow in fundraising skills? Do they know how to communicate with donors or how to engage the community in supporting your organization? I can assist you in developing your staff to grow in their roles and work effectively with board and program staff.