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Tom Iselin - Best Board Retreat Facilitator - ADL

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BOARD RETREAT
FACILITATION

INSPIRING YOUR BOARD TO GREATER
ENGAGEMENT, GOVERNANCE,
CULTURE, FUNDRAISING, AND IMPACT

It's Your Day. 

Let's Make it EPIC! 

Board Development Retreats

That Educate, Entertain, Inspire, Transform!

"PRACTICAL"

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Super Practical!

The Best I've Ever Seen!

Vastly Exceeded Our Expectations!

A Diamond to Take You to the Next Level!

Completely Transformed Our Board in One Day!

Tired of "Canned"
Board Retreats? 
Who Isn't! 

Looking for a
one-of-a-kind retreat
You'll Love? You found it!

Expect the Best:
Fun
Unifying
Energizing
Lasting Impact

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Why Tom Iselin?

  • Top Rated! - America's best board retreat and strategic planning facilitator

  • Winner: Idaho's Social Entrepreneur of the Year

  • Built 8 notable nonprofits

  • Sits on 3 boards, author of 6 books

  • Speaks to 5,000 nonprofit leaders a year

  • Been deep in the muddiest trenches and knows what it takes to build thriving nonprofits in competitive environments with limited resources

  • Helped thousands of organizations like yours achieve their dreams by facilitating fun, powerful, and meaningful retreats

  • Passionate about helping leaders build gold standard nonprofits by doing what's right, not what's convenient or easy

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Culture

Wins!

Want More Engaged

Board Members?

“I sure wish they’d get more involved!” You’ve probably muttered these words if you have board members who blow off meetings, fail to volunteer or join a committee, shun from raising money, know little about the work you do, make token financial gifts, drive personal agendas, and yet have the nerve to boast to their friends about how “honored” they are to be on your board.

 

It’s enough to make you scream. Most board members join boards because they say they believe in the mission and want to make a difference. It’s a noble intention, but more than 90 percent of executive directors will tell you that the majority of their board members could be much more engaged and it’s like pulling teeth to get others to do anything.