Upcoming Dates & Location: December 5-7, 2017 in Chaska
Anderson Center's Governance Forum blended real world cases with the
knowledge and experience of the participants. Everyone in the program
left with practical takeaways to improve their organizations and a
renewed commitment to improve the businesses and nonprofits we
The Governance Forum is designed for
members of boards of directors (and boards of trustees or boards of
advisors), as a vehicle for improving the performance and effectiveness
of individual directors and boards as a whole. This three-day Forum is
a comprehensive program that assists individuals in assessing their key
knowledge, skills and abilities, and forming a plan for their own
development, and the development of their board.
Manager, Regional Development
Minnesota Power, an ALLETE Company
- Assessing directors’
knowledge, skills, and abilities, identifying strengths and weaknesses,
and preparing development plans.
- Introducing governance principles and
tools for post-forum application in participants’ own boards
of directors, trustees, and/or advisors.
- Practicing governance through real-world
case studies, vignettes, director interviews, and other experiential
- Providing resources for post-forum
learning and application.
- Networking with Governance Forum and
other Center alumni for ongoing learning and development opportunities.
The fee for the Governance Forum is
$2,500. The fee covers tuition, case materials, meals and
lodging. Nonprofit organizations receive a 20%
discount. Individuals and small or early stage organizations
interested in attending an Anderson Center forum, with limited ability
to pay, should inquire about scholarship opportunities.
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