In an Era of Rapid Change, How Strong are Your Board Policies?
A not-for-profit organization is as strong as its policies. The Board Policies are an important risk management tool as well as it is a guideline on how the board functions. It guides the Board toward ethical decision making and conflict management; ultimately protecting the organization.
In this workshop, we will explore terms and definitions related to Board policies, the difference between Board policies and operational policies, and as a Board how to prepare, develop and implement Board policies to create a strong and effective board governance manual.
In this workshop, we will:
- Understanding the definitions and differences of the terms constitution, mandate and charter, director declaration form, bylaws, etc.
- Developing Policies and Bylaws in alignment with the Articles of Incorporation.
- Policies as a Risk Management tool, including the Indemnity Agreement.
- Develop Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest policies.
- Development and effective execution of procedures, including meeting agendas (consent agendas, in-camera meetings, etc.).
May 27, 2019
Registration: 5:45 pm - 6:15 pm
Sessions: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
7700 Hurontario Street,
Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3
- Volunteer Board Members
- Governance and other Board Committee Members
- Anyone who is interested in joining a Board
- Executive Directors/CEOs
Members = $45.00 | Non-members = $65.00Register Here
Professional Development Credit Units = 3
Volunteer MBC, commencing January 1, 2019, will be awarding Professional Development Credit Units (PDCU) in all our paid Learning Programs. These credit units can be applied to various benefits that will be introduced throughout the year.
The validity period of the credit units will be the [year awarded + next calendar year]. PD Credit Units can be applied to any program that will be held during the PDCU validity period.
Thank you to our Program Sponsor
Jeff Welsh, MBA
145 Hamilton St N, Unit E3, Waterdown, Ontario L8B 0Y7
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