This sessions gets down to the nitty-gritty of good governance, dealing with the most common question and concern that non-profit leaders have about boards. How can boards and managers work constructively together? Is there a clear dividing line between governing and day-to-day management? If not, how do we sort it out in practice? Does that change over time, and is it effected by the life-cycle stage of the non-profit organisation?
This session will be led by Garth Nowland-Foreman, an experienced trainer and facilitator, and not for profit governance expert. Garth is a director of LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Governance & Leadership.
Please register at https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/governance-bites-boards-and-managers-getting-the-balance-right-tickets-65501995231
GOVERNANCE BITES are a series of free after-five events offering practical development opportunities in bite-sized pieces for 'time poor' and cash-strapped community leaders involved in non-profit boards in Canterbury, served up with pizza. They are sponsored by Volunteering Canterbury, on behalf of Ōtautahi Partnership for Strengthening Community Organisations, and are free thanks to funding from Rātā Foundation. This is the first in the series.