The nonprofit and higher education landscape continues to evolve. Many organizations have transformed in order to sustainably serve their missions, and others will do so in the future. In this time of increased competition, regulation, technology, and operational complexity, it is critical for leadership to effectively contribute to their organizations’ mission and sustainability.
This webcast will cover topics such as the evolving expectations and roles of trustees, characteristics of high performing board members, and the key questions board members should be asking of themselves and their organizations. There has been a discernable shift in what matters to board members and their committees (Finance, Audit, etc.), so this webcast is a great opportunity for board members to identify how to enhance their contributions and performance, as well as for not-for-profit/higher education management to learn what is on the minds of their boards.
- Define critical contributions of not-for-profit and higher education board members
- Determine the key questions and topics that are critical to board members today
- Describe how board members can continue to stay knowledgeable and relevant in the changing nonprofit/higher education landscape
Please note: CPE credits are not awarded for webcast replay.
Recommended Field of Study:
- Matt Unterman, Principal, Advisory Services, Not-for-Profit and Higher Education Practices, Grant Thornton LLP
- Joe Mulligan, Principal, Advisory Services, Not-for-Profit and Higher Education Practices, Grant Thornton LLP
- Angela Jhanji, Director, Strategy & Transactions, Grant Thornton LLP
Business Management & Organization
Group - Internet
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