The Arts & Business Council of Chicago convenes a monthly morning gathering for arts administrators to discuss topics and share ideas relevant to the business of art. Breakfast Club supports leaders and staff of nonprofit arts organizations through informal peer-to-peer sharing, casual facilitated conversation, and information dissemination.
Join us on Tuesday, July 10 from 8:30-9:30am.
Topic: Board Coaching
You asked for it, and now we’re delivering. Board Coaching. We know that each Board of Directors is unique; they carry varied skill sets, they have different financial capabilities, and possess rare connections to the communities they live and work in. It’s no surprise that prescribed board composition templates or governance best practices don’t always apply! All-star Business Volunteer for the Arts John Engman will join Breakfast Club to provide focused board coaching and facilitate connections between peers who may be experiencing similar challenges working with their Board of Directors.
When registering below, please describe two of your greatest challenges when working with your organization's Board of Directors. This may include governance, creation of new bylaws and policies, cohesive understanding of the organization's mission, etc.
A cereal bar, tea, and coffee will be provided.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Arts & Business Council of Chicago reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule any Breakfast Club for which registrants will receive a full refund.
No refunds are issued for cancellations. No refunds are issued for “no shows.”
John Engman has more than 35 years of experience in all facets of non-profit management as an CEO, COO and senior executive in organizations large and small including cultural, educational, social service, trade and professional associations. He has held leadership roles with the Field Museum, Chicago Architecture Foundation, Creating IT Futures Foundation and Project Management Institute. His broad knowledge of board development was forged through his work with volunteer leadership in local, state, national and international organizations at all stages of institutional growth. John has been a BVA with the Arts & Business Council since 2012 leading or contributing to several projects on board development, mission/vision creation, strategy analysis and organizational structure, policies and procedures. John has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA from the University of California at Berkeley. He also performed professionally as a card carrying union member in opera and theater. He and his wife, Kathleen, have a son who is a professional photographer and a daughter who works in the performing arts.