This course will enable you:
- To learn how to assess board composition
- To learn how to build a diverse board, where to find board members, and how to recruit them
- To learn creative approaches to board orientation and to building board commitment to mission
St. Louis, MO
Carol is a speaker, author, trainer, and consultant who specializes in volunteerism, fund-raising, and governance. She has master’s degrees in both social work and education from Washington University in St. Louis. She has served on over 24 boards and has been president of seven. Carol travels the world keynoting, training, and doing board retreats.
- Video Presentation (approx. 90 minutes | view sample)
- Participant Guide (30-40 pages)
- Related Readings
The Participant Guide contains: CEU enrollment information, course objectives, an outline of the course, learning activates related to the course, glossary of terms, supplemental materials, biographical information, contact information, featured organizations from the case studies, Q & A with faculty, bibliography, Organizational Assessment Tool, and Action Plan Template.
Course materials are designed with working professionals in mind. The entire course can be completed independently and at your own pace. All course materials are available online, and can be accessed for 1 full year from the date of purchase.
Certificate, CAE, and CEU Credit
This course is 1 of 8 required to earn the Certificate of Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership and Management. The certificate will be awarded upon successful completion of all 8 courses, and is jointly awarded by the Society for Nonprofits and Michigan State University’s CARRS Department.
6 CAE credits and 0.6 CEU credits can be earned for this individual course. CEU credits are awarded by Michigan State University.
You must select “Yes” under “CEU/CAE/Certificate Registration” below and successfully complete the course(s) in order to qualify for the Certificate or CAE/CEU credits.