How to Grow Effective and Faithful Boards - Workshop
Making Board Service a Gift
Tuesday, November 01, 2022
11:00 AM - 1:30 PM Central Time
Community: Middle Tennessee
Seats Available: 22 / 40
New Vision Baptist Church
1750 North Thompson Lane
When you think about your board, does it feel like a blessing?
Great boards can be a gift to an organization when members understand their role and create environments dedicated to serving the kingdom. Board service can also be a tremendous gift for the person serving when members have the freedom to offer their skills and lead with courage. With role clarity, healthy board composition, and invigorating communication, board service is a blessing to leaders and organizations.
How do you foster the change needed to help your organization’s board grow into the strategic leaders and protectors of the mission required to achieve your God-given vision?
Join us to:
- Learn the key roles and responsibilities related to serving on a faith-based nonprofit board
- Learn ways board members can create pathways for congregations and nonprofits to work together
- Explore key ways to increase board engagement, including fundraising
- Practice skills needed to recruit, retain, and retire board members
This workshop, along with its corresponding early learning and group coaching opportunities, is intentionally designed for ministry board members and staff to attend so that together you can carve out a path that leads to advancing the cause and creating lasting kingdom impact.
Register your board and staff today for this updated board leadership workshop.
Join us in Room 503 for lunch and sharing together! This is a great way to introduce your Board to Mission Increase. Bring your Board and your staff!
Featuring - Anne Calton
Middle Tennessee Area Director, Mission Increase
Anne Calton serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Middle Tennessee. With more than 25 years of development, fundraising, and capital campaign experience, Anne has worked with a variety of organizations in Nashville, including: Christian Women's Job Corps of Middle Tennessee, Fannie Battle Day Home for Children, Scarritt-Bennett Center, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Franklin Road Academy, and Vanderbilt University. Anne has also served as a consultant expert in fundraising and development for the Center for Nonprofit Management. She holds a M.Ed. in Institutional Advancement from Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. It is Anne's privilege to serve the Lord by equipping ministries with the skills to carry out their missions. Anne is also involved in the women’s ministry at her church. She and her husband John have two children and live in Brentwood.