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
NLREDA works closely witht he province of Newfoundland and Labrador in the development and delivery of the Community Capacity Building program. The program is aimed at developing the capacity of communities and community-based organizations to respond to local challenges and opportunities. Materials updated April 9th, 2012
|Strategic Planning (321 KB)||sp.ppt|
|Community Development Principles and Practices (40.4 KB)||cd.ppt|
|Organizational Governance (288 KB)|
|Public Participation in Regional Economic Development (29.8 KB)||pp.ppt|
|Board Orientation (285 KB)|
|Alternative Dispute Resolution (26.1 KB)||alt.ppt|
|Meeting Management (31.7 KB)||meet.ppt|
|Group Dynamics (24.1 KB)||gd.ppt|
|Leadership and Motivation (37.5 KB)|
|Communications Part 1 (616 KB)||Comm_Slides_one.ppt|
|Communications Part 2 (562 KB)||Comm_Slides_Two.ppt|
|Legal Issues (7.10 MB)||legal.ppt|
|Co-op Module I: Basics of the Cooperative (407 KB)||Co-op Basics
Co-op Business Model
Co-op Development Process
|Co-op Module II: Co-ops and the Community Development Process (368 KB)||ModIIUnits1_6.ppt|
|Opportunity Management (406 KB)||om.ppt|
|Proposal Writing (357 KB)||Proposal_Writing.ppt|
|Project Management (396 KB)|
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