Setting the Stage: Crafting an Effective New Board Member Onboarding Experience

Successful Nonprofits®

Setting the Stage: Crafting an Effective New Board Member Onboarding Experience

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In the dynamic world of nonprofits, the initial onboarding of Board members often receives less attention than recruitment. Yet, it is the cornerstone of your new Board members’ long-term success. More than just an introduction, a well-crafted onboarding process catalyzes their journey and lays the foundation for their roles, responsibilities, performance, and the organizational culture they will embrace.

By participating in this webinar, you’ll gain insight into the pivotal elements that constitute a robust onboarding experience, including structuring an orientation that informs, inspires, and initiates your new members. This process doesn’t just welcome new Board members; it equips them with the essential tools, techniques, and strategies to excel right from the start. By the end of this webinar, you’ll have the tools, techniques, and strategies to:

  • Create a comprehensive onboarding experience that not only imparts knowledge but also nurtures a culture of commitment and collaboration. This enduring sense of unity will extend far beyond the initial onboarding phase.
  • Craft an orientation that equips your Board members with the skills and knowledge they need to make meaningful contributions and elevate your nonprofit’s impact from their very first day of service

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2023-09-28 @ 11:00 AM to
2023-09-28 @ 12:00 PM

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