Southern Region - Summer Webinar Series for Congregational Leaders

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Type of event: Webinar

Sponsor: Southern Region of the UUA

Southern Region - Summer Webinar Series for Congregational Leaders

June - August 2020

There is an old saying: "May you live in interesting times." These certainly are interesting times, and many congregational leaders are learning how to lead and govern an organization with completely novel methods. Your Southern Region staff is invested in helping you get through the summer - and your board transitions, stewardship campaigns, and annual meetings - in these interesting times. To that end, we're offering a summer webinar series for congregational board members that builds on the Presidents' Webinar series from the past year. These webinars will focus on supporting one another and learning to transition and train new boards in light of new challenges. We will share resources, information, support, and commiseration. You - and anyone involved in your board transition - are invited.

Cost: Free for all UUA Congregational Board Members

Eligibility: President, Vice President, President-Elect, Past President, Secretary, Treasurer, current Board Members, and other team members involved in your board transitioning.

These webinars will be offered twice monthly (content will be the same for each session). Join us on the 3rd Wednesday at 7:00 pm ET or 3rd Thursday at 12:00 pm (noon) ET, in June, July, and August:

Preparing for a year of social distancing; Business as un-usual: June 17, 7:00 pm ET or June 18, 12:00 pm ET

Stuff we gotta do anyway: July 15, 7:00 pm ET or July 16, 12:00 pm ET

Now what?: August 19, 7:00 pm ET or August 20, 12:00 pm ET

Call-in information will be sent to registrants before each month's webinar. After each call, we'll send out the resources we discussed, including video content which we produce exclusively for these webinars.

Register today!

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