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Great Governing Boards: Building a Solid Structure

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January 18th 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
George Hix Room
363 E Elkhorn Ave
Estes Park, CO 80517
United States

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Phone: 303-865-8270
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Member $ 0.00
Non-member $ 65.00
EPNRC $ 45.00
EPNRC $ 45.00

Great governing boards are built on a solid foundation. There are ten essential building blocks necessary to build this solid foundation and enable your governing board to reach its potential for impact. Each building block enhances the effectiveness and efficiency of your board and sets the stage for great governance.  

This training will show you how to establish this strong foundation for your own governing board. The ten essential building blocks knit together to provide strength and vitality to your governing process.

Event Description
Learning Objectives

Those in attendance will:




  1. Learn the ten essential building blocks for strengthening the effectiveness and efficiency of your governing board.

  2. Understand the correlation between how your board is structured and how it performs.

  3. Engage in a high-level dialog with your peers on the various elements of board structure.

  4. Study alternatives to traditional board/board committee structure.

  5. Gain helpful tools and resources that can be applied to your board.

Audience

CEO's/Executive Directors & Board Members

Presenters

Mark Holdt, Mountain Sage Consulting



With more than 30 years of experience, Mark Holdt, Owner of Mountain Sage Consulting, helps organizations create powerful visions and realize their potential. His diverse background provides a wealth of experiences that enable him to view each client from a comprehensive perspective. Leader, visionary, coach, mentor, strategist, facilitator, motivator, educator, analyst and friend are all titles assigned to Mark by his clients.

Event Fields
Training/Event Topic Governance
Training Medium In Person
Event Region Front Range

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