The NLREDA mandate is to represent the 19 Regional Economic Development Boards of the province on issues of common concern. As well, the association was formed to promote and strengthen relationships, communications, human resources and organizational dev ¬ READ MORE
This section contains material pertaining to boardgovernance for the not for profit sector. The material included in this section pertains to the legal responsibilities of volunteer board members, orientation, and performance management.
The purpose of the facilitator's guide is to support the effective facilitation of a discussion concerning board governance among individuals who express an interest in learning how to develop a commonsense approach to applying good governance practices, principles, and protocol for the purpose of achieving individual and organizational success.
This guide is designed to assist facilitators to:
This guide incorporates workshop exercises and a Participant's toolkit. The workshop was designed to encourage group discussion and interaction and can be modified to meet the needs of participants.
A module that discusses the general legal implications for not for profit organizations. These materials were prepared by the Department of Innovation, Business, and Rural Development. These materials were not prepared by a lawyer, but provides an overview of legal issues concerning not-for-profits.
Outliens legal rights for boards of directors with practice exercises and advice on what to ask in order to make an informed decision on whether or not to accept the responsibility of board governance. The primer also outlines the role fo directors of not for profit corporations.
A publication from the Ontario Provincial Government and part of the 'Leading Growth Series'.
this handbook is designed to assist members of public bodies understand some of the key aspects of their roles and responsibilities and the vital contribution boards make in all sectors of Newfoundland and Labrador. For those who are contemplating participation with a public sector board, this handbook will suppport you as you make your decision. For those who are currently members, this handbook will clarify role expectations.
The purpose of this manual is to serve as a gudie for the conduct of directors and staff in various specified areas of operations. It is not intended to cover every aspect of the Regional Economic Development Board, but rather should help gudie the actions of directors and staff.
A board management evaluation checklist that outlines the responsibilities of the board.
Terms of Reference for the Economic Developers of Alberta
Presentation on organizational governance from the Community Capacity Building Program