Webinar: Get Ready for Hybrid Meetings and Returning to the Office

Join us Thursday, March 25 at 2PM ET for a webinar with board operations expert, Kim Donahue!

Presented By:

Caroline Hoy

Caroline Hoy

Boardable Host
Kim Donahue

Kim Donahue

Board Governance Expert

You know in the back of your mind that it’s coming– Be ahead of the back-to-the-office preparation with this webinar on hybrid (in-person and remote attendees) meetings with the practical advice in this webinar.

If you are wondering how to conduct meetings with remote and in-person attendees and want to prepare for the return to the office, this webinar is for you.

We are going to explore concrete ways you can conduct effective hybrid meetings, as well as some considerations for when your team comes back to headquarters in this discussion…

what we’ll cover in the webinar:

  • How to effectively include everyone in the board meeting– whether they’re in the room or in the Zoom
  • What to do when some people are going to stay remote indefinitely
  • A preparation checklist for getting your headquarters people-ready
  • Live Q & A with Kim to discuss your board best practices questions

Register today, and don’t miss the answers to these questions. Webinar is free, but space is limited. Can’t attend live? Register to receive the replay and slide deck!

About Our Guest

Kim Donahue has over 30 years of experience as a nonprofit employee, volunteer, and board member. She has taken advanced training in the areas of board development, fundraising, appreciative inquiry, facilitation, and strategic planning. Continuing education for Kim has included training through BoardSource, The Fundraising School at Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Bluepoint Leadership and Leadership Strategies.

Over her long career in the nonprofit sector, Kim has facilitated more than 1,000 workshops and planning sessions for nonprofit organizations. In December 2017, Kim was named one of the “100 Community Heroes” in celebration of United Way of Central Indiana’s 100th Anniversary. Kim received nominations from 43 nonprofit leaders for her work with dozens of agencies.

Register for the March 25 webinar here.

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