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Reach for Exceptional Governance

Join Baker Tilly, LeaderStat Premier and Chicago Methodist Senior Services in a webinar hosted by United Methodist Association (UMA) discussing how your senior services organization can create an enduring future by optimizing performance and establishing financial sustainability.

It's no secret that the long-term success of not-for-profit, faith based, senior living organizations depend heavily on the board of governors that support its mission. Boards that function at an exceptional levels have similarities. What are those qualities and what do superb boards look like? What processes do they have in place? How can your board adopt and develop processes that will benefit the organization?

Join three industry experts who have deep experience in establishing financial sustainability and building a state-of-the art succession plans. Additionally, hear from one expert's first-hand experience in building and growing a strategic board that successfully lead to strong joint ventures and partnerships.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify how your organization can create an enduring future by optimizing performance and establishing financial sustainability.
  2. Realize why organizations need to be intentional about strong governance practices including fiscal stewardship, succession planning and innovation to continue and grow their mission faithfully.
  3. Hear how Chicago Methodist Senior Services and its strategic board have successfully expanded their reach through strong joint ventures and partnerships.

Presenters

  • Jon Sammons, Director of LeaderStat Premier
  • Bill Lowe, President and CEO, Chicago Methodist Senior Services
  • Jennifer Schwalm, Senior Services Sector Leader, Baker Tilly

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