Better Boards.

Better Communities

We partner with Chief Executive Officers, Executive Directors and Board Chairs to complement your ongoing education programs. We offer three different courses and approaches.


The Board Member 101

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.

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The Board Leader Academy

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. Six weeks. Eighteen lessons.

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Better Boards. Better Communities. - The Complete System

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. More than 50 specific topics to choose from.

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Scott Hargrove, Fraser Valley Regional Library

"Ken Haycock is a passionate advocate for strong, healthy Boards as a means of building effective organizations and better communities.  He has an impressive track record of helping Boards understand their roles and responsibilities, and his training ensures that they have the tools and education necessary to build and sustain high performing organizations."

Scott Hargrove
Chief Executive Officer
Fraser Valley (British Columbia) Regional Library
Sally Gibson, BC Library Trustees' Association

"Ken Haycock made a significant contribution to the BC Library Trustees' Association. With the support of government funding, Ken moved the Trustee Orientation Program from its somewhat colloquial beginnings to a well-polished seminar which included both face-to-face and online modules, as well as train-the-trainer coaching." 

Sally Gibson
Past President
British Columbia Library Trustees’ Association