• Governance Training with Deb McClelland

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    Name: Governance Training with Deb McClelland
    Date: March 13, 2019
    Time: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM PDT
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:

    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 Workshop where Deb McClelland will lead you through strategies and best practiced that will help you and your board function better than ever before. Some of the topics include: 

    • Framework Principles
    • The Seven Components of Governing
    • The Board/CEO Partnership
    • Sample Terms of Reference for Committees and Boards
    • Board & CEO Roles, Responsibilities & Authority
    • Developing Board Agendas & the Consent Agenda
    • Monitoring
    • The Importance of Policies
    • Succession Planning
    • Executive Director Performance Evaluation

    Please note that space is very limited for this event. Please register early.

    Lunch Break: Soup, Salad and Sandwich Buffet (Included in Price)

    About Deb McClelland:

    Deb McClelland has served on many Boards over the past 35+ years, some following the policy governance model, most not. She has studied board governance for over 18 years and has become the go-to person for Chambers across the province in all matters pertaining to governance. 

    Deb began her career at the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce in 1999. During her time at the chamber, Deb has overseen her Board’s change to the policy governance model and created templates that assist boards to transition in a practical and efficient way. Deb served on the Board of Directors for the BC Chamber of Commerce and is a Past President of the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada and BC Chamber Executives boards. Deb’s passion is board governance and chamber management and she enjoys teaching and mentoring other boards and staff to transition to governance best practices.

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