Serving on a Non-profit Board: Effective Governance – February 16, 2022

Serving on a Non-profit Board: Effective Governance, a webinar in the Wiley Society Executive Seminar virtual series is for society and association leaders who are members of, or work closely with the board.
Good governance is critical for societies and associations in achieving its goals. You’ll hear from Dr. Richard Leblanc, Professor of Governance, Law & Ethics, York University, and Independent Advisor to Boards of Directors, about the key issues for not-for-profit governance, including board structure, employee wellness, risk governance, legal responsibilities, and more. Registration is free and by invitation only.  Dr. Richard Leblanc is a leading expert on corporate governance and accountability. He is an award-winning teacher, researcher, lawyer, public speaker, consultant and specialist on boards of directors. He brings to his audiences a depth of information from his extensive research and work with over 250 organizations. His work has been described by various faculty at Harvard, Yale, London Business School and elsewhere as “great & much needed,” “wonderful and pragmatic,” “thorough” and “nothing short of remarkable.” He is also Editor of “The Handbook of Board Governance: A Comprehensive Guide for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Board Members,” 2nd Ed., published by Wiley.

Serving on a Non-profit Board: Effective Governance