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First Nations Board & Committee Training

Empowering First Nations Leadership Through Board Excellence

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  • Location 1

Service Description

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION Participants will gain a clearer understanding of their roles and responsibilities as board members and committee members within the organization. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Gain a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of board members and committee members within the organization or governing body. Learn strategies to enhance board oversight, effectiveness, including improving communication, fostering collaboration, and promoting accountability among board members and committees. Explore ethical leadership principles and practices, including integrity, transparency, and accountability, to uphold ethical standards and promote trust and credibility within the organization. Explore strategies to promote diversity and inclusion within the board and committees, ensuring diverse perspectives and voices are represented and valued in decision-making processes. Develop effective decision-making skills, including problem-solving, critical thinking, and consensus-building, to make informed and timely decisions that align with organizational goals and values. Explore succession planning strategies to ensure continuity of leadership and board effectiveness, including identifying and developing future leaders and board members. TAKE-AWAYS Participants will gain a thorough understanding of governance principles, legal obligations, and best practices. They will enhance leadership skills, promote collaboration, and ensure ethical decision-making within their organizations, contributing to overall success and stakeholder satisfaction.


Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule please notify us at least 24 hours in advance. Failure to do so will result in a full charge for the appointment missed.


Contact Details

  • 2508507204

    angiesarsons@gmail.com


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