This plan is intended to provide new officers a complete orientation of their duties and responsibilities and help guide the leadership through a successful transition process.
Preparing for transition. (1) Set departure date for the President (2) Define roles in the transition activities (3) Establishing best way forward transition or restructuring (4) Set ceremony for outgoing officers (5) Set dates for Board Orientation and Leadership training.
Perform organizational review to identify: (1) Strengths & weaknesses Opportunities & Threats (2) Priority challenges & opportunities
(3) Adequacy of Board oversight & governance (4) Evalute work culture and life cycle (5) Conduct Environment Scan (5) Propose changes and new goals (6) Create Board development plan
The process of forming a new organization involves 12 essential tasks you will need to accomplish as part of establishing a nonprofit status.
Leadership must be selected based on a careful analysis of (capabilities, expertise, personality, attitude, experience, etc.) to ensure the organization achieves its long term mission.
Stakeholders are those who can affect or be affected by the organization’s actions, objectives and policies. Some examples of key stakeholders are members, directors, corporate partners, community leaders and policy makers and businesses within the community.
This is a comprehensive training to help new and seasoned board members increase their capacity to be purposeful and fulfilled leaders. Topics will include an overview of board roles and responsibilities, fundraising, financial management, board development and strategic planning.