Beyond the technical practices of board service, you have the need to be adaptive to changes. Once boards understand the change management lifecycle, you can have productive conversations and a clear decision-making process to move your work forward. A healthy tolerance for change and willingness to be adaptive in your approach will help your board have an outsized impact. By the end of this module participants will be able to:
- Discuss the change management lifecycle a board must consider throughout transitions in leadership or foundation practice
- Lean how the board chair has a key role in effective board and foundation practice.
Complement your learning with a copy of the Trustee Handbook: Essentials for Effective Foundation Board Members.
Managing Director and Senior Philanthropic Strategist, Bank of America Private Bank
Miki Akimoto is a Managing Director and Senior Philanthropic Strategist with Bank of America Private Bank. She has been with the Bank since 2010, and works with clients to help them identify their philanthropic interests, define giving strategies, and implement best practices in grantmaking. She has a BA from Stanford and a passion for governance.
- July 13: Setting Direction as a Board of Directors
- July 15: Building Trust and Deepening Relationships
- July 20: Planning for the Future
- July 22: Engaging Beyond the Board Room
- July 27: Managing Change
- July 29: Optional Governance and Leadership After Chat, 4PM ET
|Entire Series||Individual Module|
|Exponent Philanthropy Members||$300||$75|
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Platform and Accessibility
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