This governance health check is a self assessment tool which has been devised by the Developing Governance Group as a prac
These National Occupational Standards (NOS) define good practice in the way management committee members carry out their role.
They can be used:
A checklist of key steps which management committees can take to help create a positive basis for their relationship with staff and volunteers.
A skills diversity audit can be used to identify areas of knowledge or skill that need to be developed, either within the existing management committee or through targeted recruitment of new members.
Using the attached document, you can facilitate a simple audit exercise with your own management committee.
The Management Committee is responsible for monitoring all areas of the organisation's activity, and for evaluating it to determine the impact, quality and effectiveness of its work.
How well does your committee know its role and carry out its responsibilities? Use this handy checklist to review your committee's performance.
Want to go one step further? Use the action plan template to plan and document what steps you will take to improve your committee's performance.
Poor attendance is a common problem for management committees. Most committees have problems, from time to time, with fairly regular non-attendance by one or more members.
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