Boardroom Best & Worst Practices—Plus 4 Bloopers! Webinar
May 10, 2018

Webinar Details:

  • Date: Thursday, May 10
  • Duration: 60-Minute Webinar
  • Time: 1:00pm EDT ~ 12:00pm CDT ~ 11:00am MDT ~ 10:00am PDT

Join us for the Boardroom Best & Worst Practices—Plus 4 Bloopers! Webinar with Dan Busby, president of ECFA, and John Pearson, board governance & management consultants of John Pearson Associates, Inc.

Learning Objectives:

Lessons From the Nonprofit Boardroom is chock-full of best and worst practices—and bloopers.  During this webinar, John and Dan will discuss the “Gold Standard” question, hearing the Tap! Tap! Tap! Of the Holy Spirit, sidetracking harebrained ideas, focusing on impact and sustainability, spotting a falling CEO, loose lips in the boardroom (and outside the boardroom), and so much more.  You will leave with a host of ideas to help improve your board governance.


Webinar Speakers

Dan Busby

Dan Busby

Dan Busby, President of ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability), has been involved in the work of the churches and nonprofit organizations for his entire career.

Dan has over 40 years of experience serving the Christ-centered church and nonprofit community and frequently speaks nationally on related issues. He is a prolific writer with 56 volumes of five book titles published, including a 2015 release, TRUST: The Firm Foundation of Kingdom Fruitfulness, and a 2017 release, Lessons From the Boardroom, co-authored by John Pearson.


John Pearson

John Pearson

John, a management and board governance consultant, is the president of John Pearson Associates, Inc., San Clemente, Calif. He served 30 years as a nonprofit ministry CEO, including 25 years as the president/CEO of three associations: Willow Creek Association, Christian Management Association (CLA) and Christian Camp and Conference Association. He is the author of Mastering the Management Buckets: 20 Critical Competencies for Leading Your Business or Nonprofit and is the editor and publisher of Your Weekly Staff Meeting eNews. John has consulted with and/or facilitated governance training sessions for more than 100 ministries and churches.


Continuing Education Credit


In order to receive CPE or CEU credit, you must register and log on individually to the webinar, attend a minimum of 50 minutes of the webinar, and answer the polling questions during the webinar. (The recommended credit for this webinar is: 1 CPE credit and 0.1 CEU credit.)

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NACBACEU - The Church Network Credit: ECFA is a National Registered Continuing Education Provider (NRCEP) with The Church Network. This program is a premier comprehensive continuing education program related to administration in the local church. It is designed to enhance the ongoing professional development of The Church Network members and other ministry professionals, through the offering of quality learning experiences. 0.1 CEUs will be granted to persons who properly register and attend one contact hour of a minimum of 50 minutes of lecture, presentation, or discussion on approved topics.


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