Managing Conflicts of Interest within Your Organization
For nonprofits, a conflict of interest has a broader definition than just financial gain. A conflict exists when there is tension between individual interests and the mission of the organization. Managing conflict of interest requires a balance. We all have conflicts of interest, but it is when we do not recognize a particular conflict, or even the appearance of a conflict, that trouble can occur. In this 1 hour webinar, you will learn the importance of full disclosure and how to manage conflicts that exist on your board.
*Part of our Winter Wednesday Webinars Series
Appropriate for: Nonprofit leaders, staff and all current and incoming board members.
Cost/s: Nonprofit Network Members - $5.00
Regina is well known for her ability to deliver information in a practical, down-to-earth way that makes sense. She can see past symptoms to the root cause of the issue. Having worked all of her life in the nonprofit sector, she seeks to teach organizations to be self-sufficient. Regina excels at making people feel comfortable to safely discuss hard topics.
She has provided consultation to hundreds of nonprofits of all sizes and shapes throughout Michigan and beyond. She is an expert in nonprofit governance and management, with a special interest in bringing people with unique world views and experiences together to dialogue towards consensus on the issues that face their organizations.
Regina has a wide range of nonprofit experience. She has worked as staff, as a volunteer, and as a board member. Prior to becoming Executive Director of Nonprofit Network, Regina was a consultant and development director. She received her BA from Bowling Green State University a very long time ago.
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