Transform your board from a negative not-for-profit into a positive for-impact.
Governance is leadership. Great boards improve the quality of experience for the people in the municipality, association, or campus they serve.
10 Critical Questions Boards Need to Ask Themselves
In order to develop a high-performing board, you need to ask yourself ten critical questions.
Your accelerated path to competence and confidence.
In this one month course you will move from feeling reticent and tentative to competent and confident, asking good questions and making great contributions.
The course complements and reinforces your on-site orientation and opens new channels of communication and discussion. Four weeks. Eight lessons.
Our spotlight course is designed for Executive Directors, Board Chairs and those who are interested in leadership positions on not-for-profit, for-impact boards.
The Board Member Academy: A step-by-step guide too higher performance and impact. For board chairs and executive directors especially.
There are sixteen weeks and sixteen lessons in this course.
Our signature course enables Executive Directors and Board Chairs to identify questions, concerns and issues and incorporate discussion and resolution in a board meeting.
Better Boards. Better Communities. The complete system for board development. Ten modules.
There are more than 50 specific topics to choose from inside.
Ken Haycock has served on dozens of not-for-profit and for-profit boards, both elected and appointed, small and large, in the arts, education, libraries, government and more.
He has been a consultant and trainer to organizations and government across the continent, designing and devising orientation and training programs.
Dr. Haycock holds an MBA, MEd and AMLS in addition to a doctorate in leadership and management.
He has been on the senior leadership teams of large school boards and multi-million dollar associations as well as chairing small arts and association boards.
Currently research professor at the University of Southern California, he is former director and professor emeritus at both San Jose State University and the University of British Columbia.Read More