“The Perkins Five-Finger Philosophy of Nonprofit Board Composition,” workshop led by business and nonprofit attorney Eric Perkins of Perkins Law, PLLC from 11:30 – 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, 4870 Sadler Road, Suite 300 (Overlook II Building).
This workshop will educate attendees on important legal and practical aspects of serving on a nonprofit board of directors and explain why all nonprofit board members fall within one of five categories—each one resembling a finger on your hand. Cost $49. Box lunch included. Space is limited. Advance registration required: [email protected] or (804) 205-5162.
The Perkins Five-Finger Philosophy of Nonprofit Board Composition teaches that all nonprofit board members fit within one of five categories—each one resembling a finger on your hand.
- Which “finger” are you?
- What “fingers” are must haves for a nonprofit board and which ones can you do without?
- How well do you understand your role and legal duties as a nonprofit board member?
- What are the three primary sources of trouble for nonprofits and their leaders today?
- These and other questions will be answered at this program, which will transform the way you assess yourself and others as nonprofit leaders.