Berkeley Board Fellows: Workshop for Board Mentors

February 8, 2013 4:00-6:00pm

UC Berkeley – Haas School of Business, Wells Fargo Room

Professional Development Workshop for Your Nonprofit Board

As a thank you for hosting Berkeley Board Fellows at your organization we would like to offer you this complementary workshop on building a dynamic board and strengthening your skills as a dynamic board member. Our goal is to help you develop your board and we have designed this workshop specifically for you. Faculty from the Haas School of Business, including experienced board leaders and consulting firm directors, will work directly with you on issues of concern to you.

An exclusive event for Berkeley Board Fellows organizations to:

• Gauge the strengths and challenges of your board and learn best practices from others

• Dig deeper into key challenges you are facing in small, facilitated groups of your peers

• Access individual coaching from experienced board leaders, consultants and professors

• Leave with a few good solid next steps for your own and your board’s professional development

Our development coaches include:

Jamie Allison-Hope – Senior Program Officer, S.H. Cowell Foundation

Colin Boyle – Deputy Director, UCSF Global Health Sciences

Jay Espovich – Partner, Ernst & Young (Ret.)

Lynne LaMarca Heinrich – Senior Consultant & Principal, Marts & Lundy

Bob Miller – Board Chair, Center for Nonprofit & Public Leadership

David Riemer – Executive-in-residence, Haas School of Business

Nora Silver – Adjunct Professor, Haas and Director, Center for Nonprofit & Public Leadership

Powerpoint Presentation

Board member training 2 8-13 from Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership

Event Photos


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