Running Your Board or Committee

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The board sets the tone for ethical and responsible decision-making throughout the organisation.

Board members should always see their role as being representative; their decisions should be made with everyone in mind. 

What constitutes good governance practice, such as board composition, board effectiveness, risk and organisational performance.

Why have your board members switched off? Why have they lost their internal flame? Ask this one question three ways to help recharge your board's batteries.

Risk management is a critical responsibility for a station's board or management committee.

The main duties of a Financial Officer are to oversee the financial administration of the organisation, review procedures and financial reporting, and advise the Board on financial strategy and fundraising. These guides can help you go forth with confidence and ease.

Turn your board meetings from drab and inefficient to lively, engaging and productive opportunities to engage with people who care deeply about your station.

This webinar will assist individuals serving on the board of their community broadcasting station to ensure that all board members are unified in their purpose and understand their role.

An association's committee must ensure that an annual general meeting (AGM) is held within 6 months after the close of the association's financial year, as specified in its constitution.

The board is responsible for providing leadership and strategy to an organisation. It also bears ultimate legal responsibility.

How the CBAA can help

As well as providing advice on matters of governance, the CBAA also provides member stations with free HR support, including resources to assist stations in running and recording meetings. Get in touch to access meeting agenda and minutes templates for your station.