Taking Care of Board Business: A Plan for Successful Board Succession: March 28

Time: 2:00 PM

Location:

Virtual: 2-3 p.m.

Registration:

IHA Members: $195 per organization
Non-IHA Members: $245 per organization

*Please note: The registration fee includes an unlimited number of connections within the same hospital or health system corporate office.

The webinar will be recorded and made available to all registrants following the program.

This webinar is offered through the Iowa Hospital Association.

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Board succession planning is a critical strategic process that ensures a seamless governance leadership transition. As hospital and health system boards deal with complex and changing issues, a seamless transition helps position the board and healthcare organization for success. This program will guide hospital and health system leaders in the strategic nuances of board succession planning and equip them with practical tools and insights essential for effective implementation.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes of successful board members.

  • Identify the strategic importance of board succession planning.

  • ​Outline the practical tools for seamless succession planning.

Who Should Attend

The webinar will benefit hospital leaders organization-wide, including:

  • Healthcare trustees

  • Leaders who work with hospital trustees

Speakers

Tracy Warner
Founder and CEO, Board Business
An experienced healthcare executive and governance expert, Warner brings knowledge gained from over 30 years in association and hospital leadership roles. She learned about nonprofit governance from the ground up and has seen and experienced practices that work well, as well as inefficient and unproductive processes. Warner founded Board Business, a consulting firm that guides rural hospital boards in creating efficient and effective governance processes, resulting in more time for focused strategy discussions and optimal decision-making for organizational sustainability. In the last 20 years, Warner has participated in more than 1,000 hospital board meetings.