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IAPD Leadership Institute - Webinar #3 - Your Board and Your Strategic Plan
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8/13/2020
When: Thursday, August 13, 2020
11 a.m.
Where: WEBINAR
United States
Contact: Sue Triphahn
847-496-4449

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Webinar 3:  Your Board and Your Strategic Plan | Thursday, August 13th, 11:00 a.m.  –  Noon

Mission: Where we are going.  Strategic Plan: The roadmap for getting there.

A strategic plan is a tool that a board uses to keep their agency and staff on course.  The staff manages the journey.  They decide the details of the trip. 

Board members and staff have important and distinct responsibilities, and problems usually occur when responsibilities are confused. 

 

This webinar will review many of the structures and concepts that can help board members successfully achieve their mission.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand your board’s value, role and responsibilities.
  • Learn your strategic plan’s value for keeping all stakeholders in their lane and helping everyone stay focused on the mission.
  • Review pitfalls and precautions for boards and strategic planning.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Bill Graham helps professionals (executives, salespeople, teachers, doctors, scientists, engineers, bankers, attorneys, non-profit leaders, and elected officials) to become more likable and impactful communicators.

Bill spent over a decade as Director of Creative Affairs for Procter and Gamble Productions, training writers and giving daily story notes for 7,000 hours of soap operas: Guiding Light, As the World Turns, and Another World. Writers he developed won Best Writing Emmy Awards 5 of his last 7 years at P&G.

Prior to working in television, he spent 12 years as producing director of Olney Theatre, a professional Equity theatre in Olney, MD.

He trains state legislators for the Council of State Government’s Leadership Academies.

Legislators from over half of the 50 States, Canada and Mexico have received this training.
He trains for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute, and he has served on the faculties of Seton Hall’s Leadership Communication program and NYU’s School for Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management.

Professionals in 44 states, Canada, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, India, China, UAE, Germany and the United Kingdom have grown through Bill’s communications and leadership programs.