Tues, March 21
10:00 – 11:30 am NT
Online – Zoom Meeting
Workshop Registration Fee:
This workshop is free!
The topic of governance might not make for the most exciting conversation around the dinner table, but around the board table, it’s essential food for thought.
Good governance can help an organization grow, thrive, reduce risk and support its mandate. And for effective governance, you need the right tools. We’ve got you covered.
Join Donna Ball for this special workshop as she guides participants through what good governance is all about, including 10 free tools and templates that arts non-profits can use to oversee their organizations (including bylaws, code of conduct, conflict of interest policy and more).
Need help putting these tools into practice? After the workshop, participating organizations can sign up for up to two hours of one-on-one consultation with Donna to discuss tailoring the templates to their needs. This is 90 minutes that’s sure to make a lasting impact on your organization. Bring your bylaws, and your questions and join us on March 21st!
While there will be an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the session we encourage participants to submit questions in advance either through the registration form or by emailing our Program Coordinator Hazel Eckert email@example.com by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 17. This will allow our presenters to prepare in-depth answers offering you more insights during the sessions.
This workshop will be hosted via Zoom. A link to the event will be shared with your registration confirmation email.
Donna Ball offers consulting services in non-profit governance, a specialty developed through her long career at Memorial University and her 30+ years of community service.
She has chaired Lady Cove Women’s Choir, the Tuckamore Festival and Kittiwake Dance Theatre, leading these arts organizations through significant growth periods while overseeing their governance activities.
Donna’s leadership experience extends to organizations such as the Terry Fox Foundation and United Way NL, which she helped transform from an organization serving the Avalon peninsula, to one serving the entire province.
Business & Arts NL reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this workshop if necessary.
If you have any questions about the workshop, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org