Transformative Leadership: How to Excel as a Board Chair

Transformative Leadership: How to Excel as a Board Chair

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$95

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United Way Winnipeg

580 Main Street

Winnipeg, MB R3B 1C7

Canada

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

United Way Winnipeg is hosting this workshop to explore skills and best practices to help you excel as a leader and as a board chair.

About this event

Transformative Leadership: How to Excel as a Board Chair

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

United Way Winnipeg, 580 Main Street (parking in the rear)

Refreshments will be provided.

Workshop Overview

The Board Chair plays an important role in leading the Board of Directors and the organization to achieve its vision and mission. Some Board Chairs have ascended to their role through a ladder process, but many have volunteered for the role with little experience, training, mentoring or orientation. This workshop will explore skills and best practices to help you to excel as a leader and as a Board Chair.

Participants in Transformative Leadership: How to Excel as a Board Chair will gain knowledge in the following areas:

  • Understanding Management versus Leadership
  • Principles of leadership
  • Key qualities of a leader
  • Leadership self-assessment
  • Preparing for meetings
  • How to chair a meeting
  • How to lead your team to make sound decisions
  • Decision making tools and techniques
  • Getting things done
  • Motivating your team

About the Facilitator

Priti Shah

Priti Shah is a lawyer, mediator, arbitrator, investigator, facilitator and the CEO of PRAXIS Conflict Consulting in Winnipeg. Priti Shah is widely known and highly respected for her work in the areas of organizational development and board governance and has personally worked with hundreds of board members from across the country. She has facilitated board meetings, annual general meetings, workshops, retreats and strategic planning sessions for small and large boards, as well as small and large organizations. Her facilitation style is engaging, inclusive and effective.

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