Governance Issues for Scientific Not-for-Profits
February 6, 2018
2 pm ET
Seats are limited so REGISTER NOW!
Some associations have very active and engaged Boards. This can be a fantastic characteristic of a great Board. But what happens when the relationships between staff and the Board break down? Does the engaged Board suddenly stop being engaged? Probably not. In fact, those relationships between Board members and staff can become downright toxic. Is it OK to push back?
And it’s not uncommon for executives to face the dilemma of doing what is right for them (personally) versus what they believe is in the best interest of their organization long term. How do you handle this challenge? What are you ethically obligated to do?
Our panel presentation, made up of select experienced leaders of our membership associations, will help you tackle these tough issues. You’ll hear first-hand what it’s like to walk that fine line, in good times as well as not-so-good ones. As we grow and evolve in our organizations, we need to understand what it’s like to work with a critical piece of the Association world. You won’t want to miss this frank and eye-opening discussion!
Come prepared with your pressing questions for our experts during the Q&A at the end of the webinar!
Meet the speakers:
Patrick J. Gouhin, CAE, former Executive Director & CEO, International Society of Automation
Tony Keane, President & CEO, International Facility Management Association
Kevin Marvel, Executive Officer, American Astronomical Society
After this webinar you will be able to:
- Identify at least one characteristic of a well-functioning Board of Directors for a non-profit association.
- Recognize at least one governance best practice for a non-profit association to establish a well-function BOD/staff leadership relationship.
- Describe at least one relationship best practice between a non-profit Board of Directors and a staff leadership position.