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Find essential information and tools for directors looking to fulfill their governance role in program evaluation.
Directors within not-for-profit organizations play a key role in ensuring that their organization’s program evaluation process is strong and generates useful, credible information that supports decision-making. Although boards are not typically involved in day-to-day program evaluation, they need to have oversight and a well-developed understanding of this area. This is essential as it helps ensure that their organization is effectively working towards its mission.
Directors of not-for-profit organizations need to be able to answer questions including:
This online course provides essential information and tools for directors within not-for-profit organizations that are looking to fulfill their governance role in program evaluation.
The course expands upon the document: Board oversight of not-for-profit program evaluation: Questions for directors to ask, adding case studies and interviews from board members to enhance your learning experience and earn CPD hours.
Additional options and pricing may be available. See pricing and registration for more details.
Enhance your technical skills as a not-for-profit board member or accountant.
February 6, 2019
Are you ready to break the mould? Come to Canada’s leading event for not-for-profit leaders and learn how to accelerate your organization’s impact.
Not-for-profit (NFP) boards are made up of volunteers who are often not paid. But NFP governance takes time, commitment, creativity and experience. What is the best way to attract and develop a high-performing not-for-profit board of directors?
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