Boards that Bless: A Conversation with Bob Andringa

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Boards that Bless: A Conversation with Bob Andringa

You’ve heard it said, as the board goes, so goes the organization. If that’s true, and we believe it is, then your board is certainly a worthy investment. One of the best investments you can make in them is to bring increasing clarity and understanding to their role within your organization. What better way to do that than by joining us as we continue the conversation we began in our Board’s That Bless workshop and further address the real challenges you face as you work to build a better board.

Joining us for the call is Bob Andringa. Bob is the managing partner of The Andringa Group and specializes in good governance and the relationship between boards and their chief executives. Bob has written and taught extensively on the topic of governance and will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our call.   

Topics we’ll be discussing:

  • Your board’s role in your fundraising efforts
  • The importance of your board’s commitment to give generously
  • The board’s role in shaping your mission and measuring effectiveness
  • The structure of your board and its influence on your success
  • Truths on how to grow your board

Won’t you join us? Whether you attended the Board’s That Bless workshop or not, we are confident this webinar will prove helpful in your personal and organizational growth. And don’t join us alone; invite your current board members, potential board members, staff, and other volunteers to join you.  

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