How to Consult with, Serve on, and Lead Boards of Directors in the For-Profit and Non-Profit Worlds
More and more people are asking how to do this.
For the record, I’ve served on seven boards, two for-profit, five non-profit (including one at Harvard), have chaired two, and have consulted with over two dozen, private and public. My wife has served on six boards and has raised, literally, tens of millions for non-profits. I’ve turned around organizations as a board leader from poverty to wealth, from aimlessness to strategic leaders.
The program will be three hours on Zoom on July 22. with prep work that will include a book on board membership. The fee is $2,500. As an option, I will work one-on-one with any participant who seeks active coaching to either attain a board membership or to become an officer on an existing board. That will be $2,500 for 30 days which can start when you are ready, but with payment made at the outset. That offer is good for up to a year post-program.
While board membership has helped my business directly, it has more powerfully helped me indirectly to gain business because of governance expertise and to sell strategy work to boards. Most boards are not run well because of fine people elected to the board or as leaders who don’t understand the distinctions and requirements of those positions.
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