Prepare for key transitions through succession planning!
February 12, 2020 in Montrose | February 13, 2020 in Gunnison
Succession planning – a difficult process. An effective board president is term-limited. A founding executive director retires at last. A project manager gets a great job offer elsewhere. Can the transition to someone new be painless and thoughtful? Do you even need to think about these things if you’re a new organization? What plans and policies should you have in place? In this workshop, Denise Clark will provide best practices and suggested policies for nonprofits at any stage of their development so that disruption is minimized – and opportunities for thoughtful evolution are maximized! We encourage organizations to register both board and staff members!
When & Where
February 12, 2020 | 9:00am – 12:00pm
Public Library | 320 S Second Street| Montrose, CO
February 13, 2020 | 9:00am – 12:00pm
Fred Field Center | 298-278 S Spruce St| Gunnison, CO
Meet the Trainer: Denise Clark
With over 25 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, Denise is recognized for her expertise. She is skilled in nonprofit management, governance best practices, and executive leadership. Denise serves as an adjunct professor in the Nonprofit Leadership Program at the University of Denver. Additionally, she specializes in organizational change and capacity building (such as succession planning). Likewise, she is known for board development, strategic planning, and personnel coaching. Furthermore, Denise is known for her authentic and engaging presentation style. She brings enthusiasm and innovation to her work. We hope her dedication to increasing the effectiveness of nonprofit organizations proves useful.