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Anna E. Greenberg Board Leadership Event: Expanding Your Team's Capacity

Few factors have such an impact on an organization’s long-term growth and success as the quality of its leadership. The path to management is no longer linear. Are you and your people ready for the future?

The purpose of the workshop is to promote strong and effective board leadership and governance for nonprofit organizations in Anne Arundel County. CFAAC invites nonprofit executives, fund development professionals, board chairs and members; seats available by registration on a first come, first served basis. 

About the Anna E. Greenberg Leadership FundAfter serving on countless Boards of Directors/Trustees through the years, Anna knows firsthand the value of knowledgeable and self-aware board members, particularly those serving in executive positions on the board. She has directed that the grant money from this fund go to supporting Board Leadership and Governance efforts to help strengthen Anne Arundel County nonprofits.  

Presented by Griff Hall, Founder & Principal, Griff Strategic Leadership (GSL)    

Prior to founding GSL, Griff held three chief executive positions and has been a senior practitioner faculty member at the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business for more than 15 years. These experiences together with an entrepreneurial spirit led Griff to form GSL in 2007 with the aim of combining practical application, relevant research, and exemplary practices to help leaders in small to mid-size organizations identify and accelerate value through growth. Griff was founding Board Chair of the Association for Leadership Programs and has held numerous other Board positions. He continues to teach at Carey on a part-time basis specializing in strategy, leadership, and ethics while leading GSL.


November 2, 2019

Location | Hotel Annapolis 126 West Street, Annapolis MD
Time | 8:00am to 12:00pm
Questions | 4102801102

November 2 - 8:00AM


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