Do your meetings have the feel of a dog fight sometimes? The alphas bark and the cats hide in the corners? As board chair, the entire organization counts on you to create a safe space for equitable and inclusive discussion and decisions. If not Robert’s Rules, how can you perform due diligence documenting decisions using a structure that supports people across the entire spectrum of neurological & cultural differences? We’ll explore the intersection of intentionality, technology and task process and how to leverage the strengths and skills of everybody in the room to make the best possible decisions guiding your mission.
Board Bits are designed by MCN’s Greater Minnesota team to frame hot topics and spur dialogue amongst peers. Each session will offer learning from subject matter experts along with time for networking and discussion on the designated topic.
This virtual event will take place on the Zoom platform. Your access link will be emailed to you the day before the event after 12 p.m.
This session will be recorded. The recording will be made available to registrants for 14 days after the live event.
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Daryl Yankee - As “a fixer”, Daryl has facilitated strategic changes for a host of Habitat for Humanity affiliates across the country. His most recent project is a push to move animal welfare to recognize all pet owners as equal, including people without permanent homes. Daryl has a 25 year career in Nonprofit management and holds a master’s degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University. It was there he learned to initiate process improvement through dialogue and inquiry – placing the power of change in the people with their hands to the plow.
These days Daryl serves as an independent consultant, using visual harvesting and facilitation to create connections through all-inclusive formats, welcoming all styles of learners into the decision-making process. Dogs and Cats working together, that’s what Daryl does.