Learning & Event Calendar
NDANO is pleased to partner with Washington Nonprofits to offer you this three-part webinar series.
The way in which the employee and employer relationship is demonstrated between the board chair and the executive director serves as the model by which the rest of the employees and the board understand and reinforce the work culture of a nonprofit organization. How governance and management view the executive performance review process clearly portrays how a nonprofit, its board and its management, regard developing talent within their organization, rewarding good work, attracting and retaining vital human resources to advance the mission, respecting positional boundaries in a political and diverse work construct, and advancing an accountable environment for all.
Who Should Attend
Board members, incoming board chairs, other committee chairs, and executive directors are encouraged to attend
• Advocate for a year-round executive performance development and review process as the desired work culture for everyone in the organization
• Complete the vital steps to launch an accountable executive performance development and review process
• Employ best practices in completing a nonprofit executive's performance development and review process
• Apply these basic elements of talent development in other work relationships that exist in the organization
All sessions will be recorded and the recording will be available to all registered participants. Participants who are unable to attend one or more of the sessions will still have access to all course materials.
Presenter:Jeffrey Wilcox, The Third Sector Company