We encourage nonprofit dyads of your Board Chair and Executive Director/CEO to participate together in this workshop.
Recognizing that this key partnership is invaluable in setting the tone for the overall board/staff relationship in organizations and having an effective board, join us in exploring some of the tips and best practices for building a strong and productive leadership partnership. Establishing and maintaining a trusting relationship where each party stays in their own lane requires regular communications and intentional efforts between board meetings. Share your insights about how to make this interdependent relationship work and discover some of the pitfalls to avoid.
Succession planning isn’t just for staff. Strategies for nurturing emerging board leaders and building board relationships that encourage new leaders to step up are among the subjects discussed during this session. Find out how the executive director can be a cooperative partner in identifying and preparing future board officers, particularly board chairs. And learn how some organizations ensure that former board chairs stay engaged with their organizations after their terms end to preserve continuity.
About the Presenter:
Rose Snyder is a certified performance and leadership coach who has worked in the US Olympic and Paralympic world for over 30 years. In addition to coaching athletes to achieve at the highest levels, she has led discussions with Olympic coaches, athletes, and administrators on what makes high performing teams and individuals achieve. Rose has taken these concepts into her business coaching practice, helping businesses and individual clients set goals and turn their challenges into successes. Rose received her coach certification through The Institute for Integrative Coaching and is a Certified Professional Integrative Coach (CPIC) and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coach Federation.
Rose is also a leading expert in nonprofit best practices for sports and business organizations at the local, regional, and national levels. Her unique experience from working within the US Olympic and Paralympic Movement and her management knowledge allows her to “coach” boards and staff for high level performance and achievement. She also draws upon her years of service on nonprofit boards to help individuals become strong and productive leaders for their organizations. Additionally, she has studied extensively with BoardSource where she received her certificate in nonprofit board consulting.