Introducing: Our new, streamlined Board Leadership Series

Posted on by Wendy Liscow, Technical Assistance Director

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For more than a decade, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation has provided a comprehensive Board Leadership Series free of charge to our grantees to ensure nonprofit boards and staff access the training, resources, and peer-to-peer mentorship that enable them to accomplish organizational goals and deepen impact.

We often hear from graduates that the series laid the groundwork to help them better understand why their board work is important and provided the tools to map and effect change in their organizations.

We’re excited to once again offer this series starting on October 14, 2017, but with a new workshop design and support offerings.

We heard from you that it can be difficult to carve out the time to attend an eight-month series of all-day workshops, even when you understand it is important mission-driven work.

So we have streamlined the series to a four-workshop series that leads to an opportunity to apply for a “Day of Clarity” retreat for the full board. You can find out more information here.

We are only offering spots for 10-12 grantee organizations to participate, and you must commit upfront to attending all four workshops with your executive director and board president. We will be giving preference to first-time attendees, but all interested parties should register as soon as possible. Now is the time to mark your calendar and make your reservations.

Please register your team no later than October 7. Spots will fill up quickly!

Please reach out to Elaine Rastocky or Wendy Liscow if you have questions.

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