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Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
Board survey presentation
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Board survey presentation
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  • 1. Our House Board Survey 2011 What the board thinks about themselves.
  • 2. Board Response
    • 10 members answered
    • 3 weeks to answer, with 3 emails
  • 3. Question #1: What do you think are the strengths of the Our House board?
    • Contribution and diversity along the lines of their expertise
    • Business savvy
    • Professional attitudes
    • Commitment/ dedicated
    • Creativity
    • Flexibility
    • Willing
    • Respectful
    • Work together
    • Passion
  • 4. Question #2: What do you think are the areas of the board that need growth or improvement?
    • Commercial realtor involve/ Facilities
    • Community leaders
    • Philanthropists/ Fundraising
    • Concrete expectations of what board membership means
    • Specific goals for each board committee
    • Understanding the budget items
    • Grow the board
    • Community connections
    • Inconsistent attendance
  • 5. Question #3: In order to help address these areas, please prioritize the above examples from most important to least.
    • Architect commercial real estate professional community leaders and philanthropists
    • I've only identified one area of improvement.
    • Top priority - attendance Second priority - clear goals
    • evaluate board needs and skills and look for candidates that have same passion.
    • Number one is fundraising
  • 6. Question #4: What are the skills that you or other board members bring to the board?
    • Government
    • Leadership
    • health care system
    • organizational
    • Fundraising
    • Enthusiastic
    • volunteerism
    • attorney
  • 7. Question #5: Do you have a clear understanding of your role as a board member and the expectations from the organization? Are you meeting them? Meeting Expectations 9 Somewhat Meeting Expectations 2 Not Meeting Expectations 2
  • 8. Question #6: Who do you think is responsible for communicating these expectations to the board? Executive Director 3 Board Chair 4 Development Director 1 Board Development Committee 1 Courting board members 1
  • 9. Question #7: Please describe who the organization serves, how the organization implements its services, and why the organization is necessary?
    • PWA
    • The organization serves people living with HIV/AIDS by providing several levels of care for those who need it: residential care for those with strong need for continuous care; adult foster care for those who need less clinical care; NHCP for those who can mostly care for themselves. Without Our House, these people would either not get the care and die needlessly; they would be in hospitals, where care would be much more expensive; they would be on the streets..
    • It serves the indigent HIV positive population. There are no other facilities that can provide 24 hour care as effectively as Our House
  • 10. Question #8: When you were a new board member, what was your orientation process?
    • No Orientation
    • Meeting with board members and Staff
    • Meet with Board Development committee to review role/expectations
    • Application form to get me thinking about what I was going to bring to the board
  • 11. Question #9: What tools would help make the board more effective? Board Report Cards 5 Board Buddies 5 Annual Board Assessment 6 Opportunity to get to know my fellow board members better 4 Workshop 5 More Meetings 1 Less Meetings 1
  • 12. Recommendations
    • Annual Board Assessment
    • Raise Board Attendance
    • Grow Board
    • Set in stone expectations for members & committees
    • Hold board members accountable
    • Elevator Speech Workshop
  • 13. Useful Resources
    • Board Toolkit
    • The Board Book by William Bowen
    • Goverance as Leadership: Reframing the Work of Nonprofit Boards by Richard Chait, William Ryan, and Barbara Taylor

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