KAY SPRINKEL GRACE
Mobilizing Your Board for Greater Engagement:
Focus on Purpose, Not Performance
Friday, April 29, 2016
Golden Gate University
536 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
University Auditorium, 5th Floor
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Have you ever commented to a colleague, in frustration or dismay, about board performance? How you can't seem to get them more engaged? How you would love their participation as you build a stronger major giving program?
Kay Sprinkel Grace has worked with hundreds of boards and thousands of board members (and been one herself) and knows all the resistance points (and how to get past most of them) that board members can reveal when they are asked to become more involved in major giving or other activities that rely on their connections in the community. Kay will look at board member engagement in major giving, board roles (touching briefly on her proven "AAA" program) and new ideas (drawn from the work of Richard Chaitt and Barbara Taylor at Harvard) about what we might just be missing when we think about our boards: What IS their purpose? And how can developing a new sense of purpose resolve the issues of performance?
Join us for this lively and provocative session.
KAY SPRINKEL GRACE
Kay Sprinkel Grace understands the challenges of 21st century philanthropy as well as its opportunities, and brings her experience from working with countless nonprofit organizations to bear on the current issues affecting donor development, fund raising, outreach, message strategy and volunteerism.
As principal of her own organization since 1989, her clients include public media, hospitals, universities, arts and cultural organizations, environment and social justice organizations, churches and education, as well as community-based services. A sampling of her recent clients includes KQED; Oregon Public Broadcasting; Sustainable Conservation; On Lok Senior Health Services; Encore.org, California Pacific Medical Center; AIDS Service Foundation of Orange County; Oakland Symphony; Los Angeles Philharmonic; African-American Shakespeare Company; Barter Theatre; Girl Scouts of Northern California; Population Action International; Futures Without Violence; and others. A goal of her consulting is to mentor and strengthen leaders within organizations to grow their success while achieving their immediate goals.
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Full participation in the Luncheon workshop is applicable for
1.5 CFRE points.
$25.00 - non-DER members, $15.00 - DER members
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