A Practical, Convenient & Affordable Guide for Professionals
The “Leaders on Board” e-Learning Program is a comprehensive nonprofit board governance course designed for professionals. It is a practical, convenient and affordable guide designed to provide you with what you need to know when serving on a nonprofit board.
It starts with an environmental scan of the Canadian nonprofit sector. It discusses the concept of nonprofit governance, including the three mental maps of governance and the three models of board decision-making. It provides an overview of the Canadian legal environment in which nonprofits operate. It covers the ten responsibilities of a board and the two principal duties of board directors. It also covers the five responsibilities of board directors as well as the risks and liabilities that they may face. The program concludes with some practical tips on how you can find the right nonprofit board on which to serve.
This program is based on B3’s accredited Continuing Professional Development webinar that we recently produced for the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), the largest professional association representing some 36,000 lawyers, judges, notaries, law teachers and law students from across Canada.
B3 has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Upper Canada. It forms part of the B3 Board Matching & Training Program that we provide the high-potential employees of our large corporate clients.
Like many professionals, you currently serve or want to serve on a nonprofit board. To develop your leadership skills, to give back to the community, and to use as a springboard to serve on for-profit boards. And so you want to learn or brush up on the practical fundamentals of what a board director needs to know when serving on a nonprofit board.
But let’s face it. You’re very busy with family and work obligations. So you don’t have ten hours, much less two full days, to take off from work and family. Nor are you prepared to spend a few thousand dollars to attend a nonprofit board governance program. You want a high-quality program that is practical, convenient and affordable.
We developed this “Leaders on Board” e-Learning Program with you in mind. Our high-quality program is practical, convenient and affordable. This program forms part of the B3 Board Matching & Training Program that B3 provides its large corporate clients.
You want to learn the practical fundamentals of serving on a nonprofit board - free from academic jargon or pure theory.
We discuss the important nonprofit governance concepts you need to know in a clear, straightforward and visually appealing manner.
We use BoardSource case studies that illustrate these governance concepts through actual nonprofit board dilemmas - as they show up in real life.
BoardSource is the leading organization in the U.S. focused on strengthening and supporting nonprofit board leadership.
We designed the program lessons in short segments so that you can take each lesson in about ten minutes or less.
Learn from wherever you are. Because the program is completely online, you can take it at your own pace anytime and anywhere.
You can seamlessly switch from using your desktop, to your mobile phone or iPad to take the course at your convenience.
We designed the program so that you can complete it in less than three hours. We know that you just don’t have ten hours, much less two full days, to spare from work and family to attend a nonprofit board governance program.
You have access to the high quality, comprehensive content at a fraction of the cost of onsite nonprofit board governance courses. We know that you may not be prepared to spend a few thousand dollars to attend an onsite nonprofit board governance program.
The program is based on B3’s accredited Continuing Professional Development webinar that we recently produced for the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), the largest professional association representing some 36,000 lawyers, judges, notaries, law teachers and law students from across Canada.
B3 has been approved as an Accredited Provider of Professionalism Content by the Law Society of Upper Canada. This program forms part of the B3 Board Matching & Training Program that we provide the high-potential employees of our large corporate clients. Now that’s value for money.
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