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    • Unlocking a Few Mysteries - Non-Profit Board Leadership Stephen C. Nick City Attorney City of Eau Claire
    • Thank you for the Invitation
      • City Attorney for Eau Claire
      • State Bar Public Image Committee
      • UMC Lake Street Youth Services Comm.
      • County Bar Association Past President
      • CMEC Board Member and Past President
      • GSA IWC Past Board Member
      • BSA Eagle Scout and Trained Adult Leader
    • Emerging Leaders Society
      • 2008 Board Training Sessions
      • Session 2 – Board Structures and Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure
    • Topics of Discussion
      • Servant Leadership
      • Non-Profit Board Structure
      • Officer Responsibilities
      • Board Committees
      • Board Member–Staff Relationship
      • Parliamentary Procedure
    • Servant Leadership
      • "The first and most important choice a leader makes is the choice to serve, without which one’s capacity to lead is severely limited." Robert Greenleaf
      • (www.greenleaf.org)
    • Pillars of Servant Leadership
      • Person of Character
      • Puts People First
      • Skilled Communicator
      • Compassionate Collaborator
      • Has Foresight
      • Systems Thinker
      • Leads with Moral Authority
      • James Sipe, PhD www.leaderserve.com
    • Board Structure
      • Officers
        • President / Chair
        • Vice-President / Vice Chair
        • Treasurer
        • Secretary
      • Members
      • Staff
    • Purpose of the Board
      • “ Defining the organization and stating its goals and purposes is probably the most critical task that confronts trustees. Everything else that trustees do rests on this basic decision”
          • Robert Greenleaf
    • Governing Documents
      • Articles of Incorporation
        • Founding document
          • est. purpose and powers of organization
        • Initial board or incorporators listed
      • By-laws
        • Working governing document of org.
        • Officers and duties
        • Elections / Terms / Voting / Meetings
        • Amendments
    • Officer Responsibilities
      • President
        • Leader – 7 Pillars
          • Person of Character Committed to Serve Public
      • Vice President
        • Next in line – operations
      • Treasurer
        • Understand budget and report to board
      • Secretary
        • Record board actions / Member communication
    • Board Committees
      • Standing Committees
        • Established in by-laws or Board action
          • Executive
          • Finance
          • Personnel
      • Ad hoc Committees or task forces
        • Issue specific est. by board action
          • Intended to accomplish specific task, then dissolve
      • Where the Work Gets Done!
          • Board sets policy
          • Committees recommend and plan
          • members, volunteers & staff get it done
    • Board – Staff Relations
      • Board Sets Policy
      • Staff Executes Policy
        • Daily operations are staff issues
      • 7 Pillars – Communicator / Collaborator
        • Good Leader Listens
        • Good Leader appreciates staff experience
      • Board has Corporate Responsibility
        • Must ensure staff accountability to est. policies
        • Must conduct exec dir performance reviews
          • Exec manages and reviews all other staff
    • Parliamentary Procedure
      • The Basics
        • Organized
        • Fair
        • Efficient
      • Few Specifics
        • Motion and Second prior to discussion
        • Resolve amendments prior to return to main motion
        • Take and record votes on action items
          • Financial decisions a must
          • Record actions from at least one annual meeting
    • Thank You!
      • Thank you for caring about your community
      • Thank you for being volunteer leaders
        • “ Servant Leaders” as termed by Greenleaf
      • Thank you for your time and attention