Member | Assessment and Recruitment for Boards

Starting

October 18, 2022

Start Time

3:30 pm

End Time

5:00 pm

Location

Virtual

Event Type

Member

Registration Details

Members: Free

Overview

Whether you’re establishing a new board or facing transition with an existing board, assessment and recruitment are key factors for success. By conducting an annual evaluation of your existing board and strategy, you can better define the roles and needs of incoming board members.  

In this session, we’ll explore tactics and tools that help attract the best candidates, skill grids for identifying needs, and ways to ensure diversity and representation that reflects your community – as well as how to work with a governing committee to run the process, and best practices for succession planning. 

We’ll also cover basic board roles and responsibilities before taking a deeper dive into a facilitated discussion. Bring your questions, comments, and ideas, and be ready to share and learn from each other! 

Audience

This session is for Board Members & Staff who work with Boards of GCN member organizations. Member dues must be current when the session takes place to receive access.


Want to register a board member who doesn’t have an account? There are two ways:

• Ask them to create an account linked to your organization. (Need Help?)

• OR register on their behalf by following these step-by-step instructions.

Questions? Contact us at membership@gcn.org or 678-916-3080.

Facilitator(s)

Jim Neal
Jim Neal

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