Watch IT NOW – Managing Board Chair and Executive Director Relationships

Vermonters from all over the state joined us for this very informative and rewarding presentation by Lizann Peyton. Below is a recording of the October workshop. Presented in Partnership with VIT Worldwide.

 

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A strong Board chair-executive director partnership is the central linchpin in achieving board productivity, achievement of the strategic mission, and organizational and financial sustainability.  Yet vague job descriptions, lack of time, and uncertainty about whose job it is to initiate and nurture the relationship get in the way of maximizing this board leverage point.  This workshop will examine 10 specific relationship commitments and a model for clear division of tasks to support the chair-executive leadership team in adding value to your organization, and relieving the burden on executive directors.


Lizann Peyton, is an organization development consultant working with nonprofit boards and community groups on board development, organizational assessment and capacity-building, strategic planning, board training, group facilitation, and fundraising strategies for small organizations. She specializes in helping small nonprofits with sustainability and board teamwork issues.

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  1. Build Your Leadership Team: 3 Questions with Lizann Peyton :: Common Good Vermont Blog

    […] As part of our continuing series on nonprofit effectiveness, Common Good Vermont asked Lizann Peyton to shed light on the importance of building board leadership. You can watch a complete recording of her October 5th VIT Worldwide workshop, Managing Board Chair and Executive Director Relationships, here. […]

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