2018 Spring/Summer Board Governance Webinars

Spring/Summer Board Governance Webinars
May through June 2018

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In an effort to help health center Board members expand their understanding of various aspects of governance, NACHC is pleased to present an array of spring/summer webinars designed for community health center board members and staff that work with or support community health center boards.
Spring/Summer Board Governance Webinar Details
Board Chair Succession
Date:  Monday | June 18
Time:  3pm – 4pm ET
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Description: The Board Chair plays a critical role in health center governance. Identifying and developing future board chairs is critical work for boards. In this webinar we will describe board chair succession and discuss its importance, outline strategies for preparing future board chairs, and explore various mechanisms for ensuring rotation.
Learning Objectives:
  • Define board chair succession and identify why it is important.
  • Learn about strategies for preparing future board chairs.
  • Understand various mechanisms for rotation.
Presenter: Kimberly McNally, McNally & Associates
About the Speaker:
Kimberly McNally, MN, RN, BCC, leads McNally & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in healthcare leadership and governance. She works with organizations to achieve board-management alignment and to increase board effectiveness. Kimberly has been a frequent presenter on webinars and at conferences for NACHC and some PCAs.
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Newly added!
The Board’s Role in CEO Succession Planning
Date:  Thursday | June 21
Time:  3pm – 4pm ET
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 Description: Planning for CEO Succession is an important role for boards but also one that can be difficult to broach. In this session we will review core components of a CEO succession planning process, and discuss various approaches to succession planning. The experience of a community health center will be highlighted during this session.
 Learning Objectives:
  • Outline the board’s role in CEO succession planning and core components of a CEO succession planning process.
  • Learn about various strategies used by a community health center related to CEO succession planning.
Presenters: Emily Heard, Director of Health Center Governance Training, NACHC; John Price, Board Chair, Golden Valley Health Centers
About the Speakers:
Emily Heard is the Director of Health Center Governance Training at NACHC. Her primary responsibilities include developing and implementing governance training and technical assistance for community health center Boards of Directors. Emily has over 15 years of experience and specializes in nonprofit governance. She has held positions at BoardSource, among other organizations, and has experience designing curriculum, supporting CEO and Board Chair partnerships, and providing direct governance consultation.
John Price has over thirty years of experience in health center governance and frequently speaks on community governance at national and state conferences. Currently, John serves as a board member and board chair of Golden Valley Health Centers. In addition to his focus on governance, John is also the President & CEO of Artisan Design Group in Merced, CA.
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For information regarding NACHC’s Board Governance webinars, contact Emily Heard | eheard@nachc.org.
For additional information, email:  trainings@nachc.org.

This project was supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under cooperative agreement number U30CS16089, Technical Assistance to Community and Migrant Health Centers and Homeless for $6,375,000.00 with 0 percent of the total NCA project financed with non-federal sources. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.