Succession Planning is a Critical Task Designed to Ensure the Health of the Board and its Ability to Ggovern

By Staff

February 22, 2024


At some point people serving on a Board of Directors need to move on.

It becomes essential to ensure that every Board, be it a commercial operation or a Not for Profit, have a plan in place to to replace a person who leaves a Bard after completing their term of office.  Being a Board member is not a lifetime commitment.

Board succession planning is a critical task designed to ensure the health of the Board and its ability to govern and provide leadership to the organization it serves. A well-developed board succession plan enables the nonprofit’s team to minimum negative impacts caused by departures, which helps maintain a consistent work flow during transitions.

Join presenter Heather Johnson for Succession Planning: Developing a Board Building Strategy on Tuesday February 27, 2024 at 1:00pm.  The third in the CDH Educates 2024 workshop series, this workshop will walk you through how to develop a succession plan for your Board and Committees to conduct year-round recruitment for these very important roles. 

This workshop is for: CEOs, Chairperson, senior leadership team members and everyone who is involved in the recruitment and orientation of new Board and Committee members.

SUCCESION PLANNING: Developing a Board Building Strategy
Tuesday February 27, 2024
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Registration is now open!  Register today at

Registration closes on Monday February 26 at 4:00pm.

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