NAUMF Board Governance Conference – “Designing Your Change”
April 3 @ 8:00 am - April 4 @ 5:00 pm
Designing Your Change
Change is constant and always occurring. On occasion we can see dramatic change coming that will significantly impact organizations. This change requires a Board, Staff and Stakeholders to craft a well-designed plan in response. The discovery phase becomes the starting point of all change.
Come Discover & Design Your Change
The Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation will be presenting: Board Governance – “Designing for Change” on April 3 & 4 2018. We invite your organization to join us. There will be fast moving presentations, facilitated conversations, and group collaboration, leading to the development of your personal action plan. This conference is being held in conjunction with the annual North East Jurisdiction National Association of United Methodist Foundations Meeting.
- Designing Your Change
- Leading Your Change
- Conflicts of Change
- Communicating & Marketing Change
- Forecasting Market Change
- Fiduciary Considerations for Change
- Legal Considerations for Change
Conversations and Collaborations
You are an important part of the whole group learning. At the conclusion of each presentation there will be 30 minutes allotted for conversations and collaboration in a small group format guided by a coach/facilitator from the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation. During this discovery time, participants will be encouraged to work toward a “Personal Action Plan”. This style of learning and resulting action has been used successfully by the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation’s education group. Consider bringing a team or a cohort group to this event so you can truly begin “Designing Your Change.”
If you have any questions, please contact Jack Brooks, Executive Director of the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation, at 1-800-828-9093 *1008
A block of rooms has been reserved for April 2, 2018 – April 4, 2018 at the BWI Hilton, where the event is being held. Please book early – we have a limited number of rooms available at a discounted rate for attendees.