The governance library is a repository for a whole host of information designed to help sport and recreation organisations develop effective organisational structures, policies, procedures and governance.
Recruiting board members is an important part of the development of your board but it should be remembered that now you need to keep the momentum going
Welcoming your new board members is an important part of the recruitment process
A guide to how you go about selecting and appointing board members after receiving applications
You will need to consider how and where to promote the board opportunity and then how you will find out whether these people are suitable for the role
When considering a board for your organisation, it is critically important to consider who would make a good member for your board and why
Finding and keeping board members is a vital but demanding task for sports organisations
This resource has been designed to help you find, recruit, induct and keep board members
A selection of reports and documents to help provide guidance on how to maintain good governance
The role of the board can be outlined into four broad areas
However a broad definition of a 'conflict of interest' might be "A situation where an individual or organisation could exploit a professional or official capacity for a personal or corporate benefit"
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