Virtual meetings are a miracle of modern technology for nonprofit board members who are spread out geographically, busy with work commitments, or otherwise unable to meet physically. However, without the right planning and consideration, virtual meetings can be boring, unproductive, and a waste of time.
Equip your board to Hold the best virtual meetings you’ve ever had with this Free ebook.
Download the guide and share it at your next board meeting. Your team will be excited to upgrade the virtual meeting experience and have incredible board meetings–even from afar.
Consider Your Bylaws Around Virtual Meetings– Find out how to assess if your nonprofit board bylaws permit remote attendees, virtual meetings, absentee voting, and more.
Think About the Pros and Cons of Virtual Meetings– Consider whether virtual meetings or remote attendees are right for your organization, and what you need to account for if you decide to proceed with virtual meetings.
Learn How to Engage Every Attendee– Understand the human factors that impact virtual meeting participation and productivity, including actionable tips to draw all attendees into the conversation.
Use this free ebook to have virtual board meetings that your entire organization will look forward to attending.
Want more great advice on how you can improve virtual meetings at your organization? Whether it’s the board meeting, a staff meeting, or committee meetings, you can always improve the virtual experience.
Check out this webinar replay with our nonprofit governance expert, Kim Donahue.
As Senior Vice President of Marketing at Boardable, Julie is passionate about helping nonprofits tap into new technology in order to better serve their missions and constituents. With 18 years of online experience under her belt, Julie has previously served as the Vice President of Digital Marketing at two digital-marketing agencies and as the Director of Marketing at a mobile app startup. Julie sits on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Superyacht Association. She has been a volunteer with Girls, Inc. of Greater Indianapolis as a program facilitator and has participated in four Indy Habitat for Humanity Women Build events, most recently as a Team Co-Leader.