With this informative and entertaining series of twelve 20-minute training videos, help your board members bring stronger leadership and value to their individual and collective roles.

Do you want your board to be more effective?

Are you seeking expert guidance to improve your board’s governing skills and capacity?  

Do you want to ensure no one’s time is wasted in board meetings?

This video series is for YOU.

Each 20-minute segment delves into the common – and not so common – challenges that arise in volunteer boards, including:

  • Defining purpose
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Creating lasting impact

Watch a preview of the video series:

Bill Charney, a renowned board leadership advisor, author and worldwide speaker, is author and presenter in this dynamic series.

Bill is widely recognized as one of North America’s foremost authorities on board leadership and Policy Governance.  His primary focus is helping individual boards clarify their expectations, roles and accountability to proactively establish performance standards for the organizations they lead.

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Get On-Demand Access for a Year

Charney Associates is pleased to offer exceptional value by offering group subscriptions to boards of directors. When your board subscribes, each member receives their own personal access to the videos.

With a subscription, videos are available on-demand 24/7 for 12 months.  Users can stream the videos in any sequence they choose.

for a single user

includes up to 15 users

includes up to 15 users

“The Charney Board Training Videos are the most effective educational tool available today for nonprofit leaders and board volunteers, bar none. The experts agree that effective governance is the keystone necessary to build vibrant and sustainable nonprofits.   Bill has that rare ability to distill complex theory into rock-solid actions plans guaranteed to facilitate long term success.”

-John Arigoni, Retired CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver

This video series was produced in partnership with the Emily Griffith Foundation and the Emily Griffith Technical School.