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Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand

March 2019

Governance Bites – Moving On: Non-profit Board Succession Planning, Founder Syndrome & Exiting Board Members

March 7 @ 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
NMIT, Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand
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Yeah, this is the tough stuff. After all these board members are ‘just volunteers’. How do you tackle these difficult questions in a practical way, that might still allow you to act with some grace - especially in small to…

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April 2019

Governance Bites – Valuing and Evaluating the Board

April 4 @ 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
NMIT, Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand
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How do you set up a culture of self awareness and continuous improvement on the board? What are some realistic and affordable tips for putting this into practice? How do you decide what questions to ask? How do you put…

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May 2019

Governance Bites – Setting Strategy: The Board’s Role

May 2 @ 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
NMIT, Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand
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Strategic direction setting is the role of the board, but how do you make it the board’s strategy, and not just them signing off what staff or others have come up with? Where does strategy come from, and what’s it…

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June 2019

Governance Bites – The Secret of Better Board Meetings

June 6 @ 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
NMIT, Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand
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Wasting hours, while taking minutes? How do you set yourself up for better board meetings? Two-thirds of a meeting's success is determined before it starts. Preparation is crucial. As is being aware and actively using  the particular processes that make…

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July 2019

Governance Bites – The Role of the Chair & Getting People to Participate

July 4 @ 5:15 am - 7:00 pm
NMIT, Room S106, NMIT, 322 Hardy Street
Nelson,New Zealand
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Participation is the purpose. Otherwise you may as well send an email. But how do you actually engage people? You’ll find out handy tips to generate ideas, get things done while you have fun, and make practical use of consensus…

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