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The Invisible Yellow Line: Clarifying Board & Staff Roles

When the line between board and staff roles is not clearly defined it can lead to confusion and diverts positive energy from the organization’s mission. The Invisible Yellow Line will clarify the roles of board and staff in key nonprofit management areas such as governance, finance, human resources, fundraising, planning and more. You’ll learn how to incorporate this fun football metaphor into your organization’s management style to open doors of communication between your important leaders. Just like in a football game, both teams have the same goal – serving your mission and purpose.

This fast paced practical seminar will discuss the key roles of Board and Executive Director, share common pitfalls to avoid and end with an interactive "test" of knowledge that can be used to open conversations back at the office.

Learning Objectives
- Review the key roles of Board and Staff in Planning, HR, Resource Development, Governance and Management
- Understand the guidelines for determining areas of responsibility

Level
Introductory/Intermediate

Audience
Board Members and Executive Directors seeking clarity and improved relationships

Presenter
Jean Block has more than 45 years' experience in nonprofit management. She is a nationally recognized consultant and trainer on nonprofit management, fundraising, board development and social enterprise.  Jean is the author of “Fast Fundraising Facts for Fame & Fortune,” "FUNdraising! 180+ Great Ideas to Raise More Money," “The ABCs of Building Better Boards,” and "The Invisible Yellow Line: Clarifying Board and Staff Roles," as well as the Expedition™ and Road Trip™ training manuals on social enterprise.

February 27, 2022 8:00 AM   through   10:00 AM
Center for Nonprofit Excellence, United Way of Central New Mexico
2340 Alamo SE, 2nd Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87106
United States
Phone: 505-247-3671
Email:
Registration $ 15.00

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