How can your board develop a transition plan to maximize your new executive director’s prospects for success? What is the board and board chair’s role in orienting the new CEO, and what tips do those who’ve survived and thrived in their first year have for developing strong board/staff relations; setting boundaries; learning more about the community and causes served by the foundation; and coping with family dynamics? Join this conversation with two recent first year graduates to hear their lessons learned, as well as lessons from NCFP’s CEO Guide, The First Year: The Complete Guide for New Family Foundation CEOs.
Who should attend
Board members, staff, advisors, and donors in family philanthropy.
There is no fee for IPA family foundation members or NCFP Friends.