The University of San Diego’s School of Leadership and Education Sciences will host its 14th Annual Nonprofit Governance Symposium Jan. 25–27, 2018, in San Diego.
According to organizers, this conference highlights current best practices, lessons learned from the field and trends in effective nonprofit and philanthropic board leadership, as well as board recruitment and retention. The premise is that governing well is essential for strong nonprofits working efficiently and effectively to address critical needs in our communities.
This year, the conference theme is “People, Place and Performance: The Triple Bottom Line for Nonprofit Governance,” which will be the focus of plenaries, seminars and workshops organized around three modes of governance: fiduciary, strategic and generative.
The workshops and seminars will use a combination of case studies and experiential and interactive learning approaches for participants to be exposed to best practices, hear lessons learned and gain valuable tools of the trade in good governance, organizers said.
Registration fees for this event range up to $295.
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