Overcoming Barriers to Effective Leadership — How Board Chairs and Executive Directors Can Lead as a Star Team

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When:
May 18, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
2017-05-18T17:30:00-04:00
2017-05-18T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
Foundation for MetroWest
3 Eliot Street
Natick
MA 01760
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Foundation for MetroWest
5086472260
Overcoming Barriers to Effective Leadership -- How Board Chairs and Executive Directors Can Lead as a Star Team @ Foundation for MetroWest

The powerful partnership between staff and volunteer leaders will either hold an organization back or powerfully catapult your nonprofit to new levels of scale and impact. In this workshop, we’ll look at best practice relationships and models for forging a strong, collaborative partnership. We’ll focus on the most common barriers to success and how can you avoid them or overcome them. Join us to learn more and lead your organization to great heights!
The Foundation for MetroWest is delighted to partner with Chuck Gordon of the The New Kensington Group to deliver this workshop designed for Executive Directors and Board Chairs. We require attendance from both the Executive Director and Board Chair.
About our Presenter: Charles B. Gordon, President and CEO, The New Kensington Group
For nearly 30 years, Chuck has served as a senior nonprofit professional and consultant, helping nonprofit organizations in the Boston area and across the country realize their vision by raising increased revenues. Today, Chuck leads the New Kensington Group, a full service consulting firm helping nonprofit leaders grow their organizations. His work focuses on strategic planning, fund raising, executive search, and board leadership and governance support. As a nationally recognized trainer and speaker, he dedicates significant time to building the fund raising capacity of nonprofit professionals and senior volunteers from coast to coast. Chuck serves on the boards of the Wheelock Family Theatre and Boston Children’s Theatre, and was named one of Boston’s ’40 Under 40’ by the Boston Business Journal.