From Good to Great: How to Achieve Board Excellence (Georgetown)
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This signature DANA training highlights best practices and key aspects of board governance universal to all nonprofits.
Topics will include:
- The role of a fiduciary
- Six areas of board responsibility and best practices
- Setting a vision and planning
- Oversight and accountability
- Roles and responsibilities of board members and CEOs
- Performance and evaluation
- Questions to prompt innovative thinking at board meetings
Participants will learn standards for excellence and contemporary leadership. Executive directors, chairmen, chairwomen and board members are encouraged to register.
Instructor: Paul Stock
Paul is the Executive Vice President of the Excellence Academy at Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement. His career spans more than twenty-five years in senior management positions in for-profit and nonprofit organizations. He has operations and quality management experience having run a direct fulfillment program supplying custom configured computers for Hewlett Packard to their enterprise customers in the United States. Paul is lean, six sigma certified and has extensive process development and improvement experience as a consultant and employee. Additionally, he has organizational development expertise, is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator practitioner and served as a coach and leadership development instructor at Prison Fellowship’s Leadership Development Institute. He taught strategic planning for Prison Fellowship’s Eastern Region where he served as Executive Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region for seven years. Paul developed the Good to Great Strategic Planning model for DANA’s 2015 DANA Fellowship Program. Paul has worked with and developed local boards in Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. Stock received his B.A. from the University of Virginia and a Masters of Divinity and Masters of Theology from Trinity International University in Deerfield, Illinois.