Board Governance Workshop

When:
April 23, 2020 at 3:00pm - 4:30pm

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Board Governance Workshop

Fees & Admission:
Two Day Webinar Workshop / April 23 3-4:430pm / April 24 9am-12pm / Register Online!

Ticket Info:
Member Fees: $75.00
Non-Members: $95.00

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A must-have for Board Directors, CEOs and those interested in becoming Directors; this workshop offers you the essential strategies and best practices of Boards who have discovered how to govern effectively, efficiently, and in a manner that is results-oriented.

Join us for this webinar workshop where Deb McClelland will lead you through strategies and best practiced that will help you and your board function better than ever before.

Webinar topics include:

  • Key elements of governance
  • Principles of governing
  • Meeting agenda & the consent agenda
  • Code of conduct
  • Terms of reference
  • Board & CEO roles and authority
  • Board / CEO partnership
  • CEO performance review
  • Board policy manual
  • Recruiting directors

 

Over the years, Deb’s passion has been to assist boards in realizing their potential by travelling around the country mentoring, teaching and facilitating numerous workshops on the subject.
Deb has studied board governance for over fifteen years, primarily through The Governance Group, based in Vancouver. She has served on many boards, including national and provincial boards, for over thirty-five years. She also worked as Executive Director at the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce for fifteen years, supporting her board of directors as they transitioned to a solid governance model. Within all these experiences, she came to realize that governance, when done right, could be fun and easy. That is why she has developed governance workshops, including a streamlined strategic planning process, that are highly effective, engaging and inspiring.
Deb has been recognized as Executive of the Year and Chamber of the Year by her provincial network and Executive of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada. Most recently, she was appointed to the Council of Excellence by a panel of her peers across the country and appointed as Fellow of the BC Chamber of Commerce.



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