Center for Nonprofit Governance
Nonprofit Directors Dialogue Miniseries
As nonprofits face increasing demand for services, funding challenges and increased competition, the Nonprofit Directors Dialogue Miniseries provides resources to create meaningful dialogue among board members. Grant Thornton and the Gupta Governance Institute’s Center for Nonprofit Governance have captured insights and strategies from leading nonprofit board members and executives across the country on how to transform today’s challenges into tomorrow’s successes.
For more information or opportunities to join the conversation, contact Genevieve Boland.
Bill McNabb discusses the importance of addressing nonprofit succession planning and talent development while remote.
Mary Stengel Austen discusses the nonprofit board’s role as a stabilizing force during uncertain times.
Cinny Kennard discusses what the Annenberg Foundation expects and requires of grantees on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” according to Peter Drucker and now, Michael Marquardt.
Bill McNabb reflects on the positives and negatives of a disruptive year and addresses how to move forward.
Bill McNabb candidly shares his thoughts on how nonprofit boards must proactively address DEI.
Mary Stengel Austen makes the case for the board to be more engaged, at the discretion of the CEO, when navigating uncertain times.
Bill McNabb shares how his professional experience and board work in the corporate space informs his work in the nonprofit space, and vice versa.
Michael Marquardt discusses how many nonprofits are starting to behave more like S&P 500 companies and those companies are taking cues from nonprofits.