“The Board expects sound financial information – Nonprofit or not: A look at how to get there.

  • Financial reporting at the board level requires more than photocopying. For a
    group of high power individuals to function effectively as a High-Power-Board
    they need good information. To make informed decisions and exercise sound
    governance, board members need clear, concise financial reports. This requires effectively reporting, translating, presenting, analyzing and communicating vital financial information to the board on a regular basis. This session will cover: analyzing financial data that is meaningful to nonprofits, presenting financial information to non-financial professionals, establishing quick financial
    performance measures, and creating easy to read, informative reports.