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2022 Senior Living Governance Webinars Series II

This webinar series explores strategic planning through several lenses: the board’s role in the process, hot topics to discuss, governing through transitions, and cultivating diversity. View on-demand.
Senior living board members meeting about governace topics for strategic planning

Plante Moran Living Forward, LeadingAge Virginia, HJ Sims, and United Methodist Association were excited to host the 2022 Governance Webinars Series II. Sessions were held virtually January 13 and 27 and February 10 and 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (Central).

The webinar recordings are available to view on demand.

Navigating Strategic Planning — January 13, 2022

This session will discuss the board’s role in strategic planning: what are the keys to ensuring a successful process and questions all boards should be asking in our new reality?

Dana Wollschlager, Practice Leaders & Partner, Plante Moran Living Forward and Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia

Strategic Planning Hot Topics — January 27, 2022

This session will address important topics to incorporate into strategic planning, such as your role in work force, living wages, future of nursing care, how culture drives operational outcomes, and technology categories that drive differentiation and adds value.

Greg Hensley, Senior Vice President, Plante Moran Living Forward and Melissa Andrews, President & CEO, LeadingAge Virginia

Governance Through Transitions — February 10, 2022

In this dynamic time of change for nonprofit organizations, leadership and governing boards must ready themselves for leadership and landscape changes that will impact their organizations. The fast pace of change dictates that boards and leadership have ongoing frank conversations about succession planning, partnerships, organizational structure, and how best to work together.

Greg Hensley, Senior Vice President, Plante Moran Living Forward and Tom Bowden, VP, HJ Sims

Cultivating Diversity in Nonprofit Board Rooms — February 24, 2022

Diversity of expertise, experience, and perspective on nonprofit boards can strengthen an organization's ability to make good decisions and to plan for the future. Strategic work including transparency, culture, and curiosity to achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion is a renewed priority for organizations seeking sustainability and improved overall performance. This session will focus on the deep, critical, and intentional work that boards can take to develop a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive board that reflects the community served.

Mary Kemper, President & CEO, United Methodist Association of Health & Welfare Ministries, Boris Henderson, Chief Strategy Officer, Aldersgate Life Plan Services, and Melinda Jordan Payne, Retired

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