SEPTEMBER 13th WEBINAR: Performance Review: Evaluating the Family Foundation CEO (August 2012)


Beth Casselman, executive director, The Clowes Fund

Beth Casselman, executive director, The Clowes Fund

Little has been written about how to review the performance of family foundation CEOs. The job carries a unique set of roles and responsibilities including the special skills required to support effective board governance, work within the family’s culture, represent the family in the community, and engage in grantmaking in the context of the family’s legacy. Every foundation is different, and there are many ways to review a CEO’s performance. This webinar, based on the National Center’s new guide, Performance Review: The Complete Guide to Evaluating the Family Foundation CEO, will provide a variety of tips, tools, and examples to help you find a system that works for you. if you aren’t doing any kind of formal CEO evaluation now, this webinar will help get you started. And if you already have a performance review process, please join us to share your tips, and perhaps learn a few ideas to make your process a more productive and satisfying experience.

SPECIAL OFFER: All participants in our September Webinar on CEO Performance Review will receive 40% off the regular price for the National Center’s new guide, Performance Review: The Complete Guide to Evaluating the Family Foundation CEO.

Featured presenters include:

  • Beth Casselman, executive director, The Clowes Fund
  • Julie Fisher Cummings, managing trustee, and Doug Stewart, executive director, Max M. & Marjorie Fisher Foundation
  • Virginia Esposito, president, the National Center for Family Philanthropy

Log In to the Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center and Register for this Exclusive Webinar for Friends of the Family and FP Online Community Members.

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