NOW AVAILABLE!!! This free course includes an overview of the materials and a complimentary coaching session.
In Chapter 1, How to Set the Stage for Engaged Board Leadership, we will explore strategic board recruitment for your nonprofit organization. We will explore how to reflect your organizational priorities and strategy as you outline and implement strategic board recruitment for your organization.
Identify critical elements in board recruiting
Explore ten key steps for strategic board recruitment
Review the Strategic Recruiting Governance Checklist to assess your current recruitment to create your Strategic Recruiting Plan
These materials are great for Nominating and Executive Committees as well as for use by the whole board to spark strategic conversation to guide recruitment. These materials also support committee and volunteer recruitment as well.
The Nonprofit Board Governance Guidebook connects the dots between best practice and practical reality for your nonprofit board. Each course is tailored to meet your organization's unique needs: materials can include a short video to spark discussion, a reference workbook and worksheets to guide board development for your organization toward your mission, facilitated board retreat or other coaching/support for project implementation. The complimentary coaching session will identify the ideal materials/format to support strategic board recruitment for your board (and the cost for the course to meet your needs).
This course is designed for use by your entire organization - board, staff, and committees. Materials for each course are licensed for use to the entire organization. (If you serve on multiple boards, please note you are required to purchase the course separately for use at each organization.)
Kate Kalstein has devoted her entire career to strengthening nonprofit organizations through leadership, advocacy and the law to enable them to focus on progress. An attorney with more than 10 years professional experience, Kate has great expertise in a broad range of issues and focus areas.
Kate is the founder and principal of Kate Kalstein Consulting where she provides governance and planning support to nonprofit clients. Prior to launching Kate Kalstein Consulting in 2009, Kate served as Legislative Counsel to the California Judges Association and Director of Policy and Planning at the Edgewood Center for Children and Families in San Francisco. She received her law degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Today Kate is based in Denver, Colorado.
Kate is an active member of the Consultants‘ Leadership Forum sponsored by The Denver Foundation and CausePlanet. Appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper in fall 2015, Kate proudly serves as Commissioner to the State Commission on Community Service, Serve Colorado. Kate is proud to have worked with dozens of nonprofit boards and numerous nonprofit organizations to strengthen communities across the country including WeeCycle, Social Venture Partners, All Kids Covered, the Arc of Colorado, the Basalt Education Foundation and the Colorado Bar Foundation.