April 11: Your Chance to “Ask Coach Kim” about Nonprofit Governance

Running a nonprofit board effectively is a never-ending challenge. Just a few of your goals include: keeping board meetings interesting, managing new member orientation, and inspiring existing board members to greatness. Do you ever wish you could ask an expert for advice? Coach Kim is here to help.

Ask Coach Kim Webinar – April 11, 2019 at 2pm ET


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In March, we had an entire question and answer session with Boardable’s resident nonprofit governance expert Kim Donahue. If you missed our first session, be sure to register now and submit your questions.

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Here are just a few of the questions Kim answered live last time:

  • Are staggered board terms always the best idea? What are other common roles of a VP besides presiding when a president cannot?
  • How to you engage individuals who have never served on a board that have something to offer, but who may not know where they should start? My organization is fairly new and has only had a developed board for one year.
  • What are your suggestions for dealing with long-time board members who are unfamiliar with or unwilling to meet basic governance expectations? If all else fails, how do you persuade them to step down or into a different role?When we bring up fun activities for fundraising, EVERYONE likes the idea(s). But when it comes to practicing our mission of educating, which is more challenging, the Board doesn’t accept it as quickly.

What questions do you have for Kim?

This is a free webinar, but space is limited. Register today, and pre-submit your questions, or enter them in the chat area live during the webinar. Registrants will receive a recording of the webinar, and any helpful slide material.

Live Q & A Webinar: April 11 at 2PM ET

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More About “Coach Kim” Donahue

Over her 30+ years in the nonprofit sector, Kim has facilitated more than 1,000 workshops and planning sessions for nonprofit organizations including sessions on board development, grant writing, program outcomes, and leadership skills for board and staff. 

Kim has served as a nonprofit employee, volunteer and board member. She has taken advanced training in the areas of board development, fundraising, appreciative inquiry, facilitation, coaching and strategic planning. Continuing education for Kim has included BoardSource, The Fundraising School at Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Bluepoint Leadership and Leadership Strategies.

Ask Coach Kim Webinar – April 11, 2019 at 2pm ET


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