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Venereal Diseases in New Zealand (1922) Report of the Special Committee of the Board of Health appointed by the Hon. Minister of Health By New Zealand. Committee of the Board of Health
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Committee Skills Handbook By Greg Robbins
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What do we think a co-op is and who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who is involved in a community led organisation that is democratically organised and works for the benefit of that... More > community, not for the profit of individuals. It is an introduction for anyone elected to a role and would like to know a little more about what they have taken on. Throughout this book we will refer to Co-ops. There are many types of organisation which operate in this way, whether wholly owned co-operatives, community housing associations, tenant management organisations, estate management boards, community land trusts, short-life co-ops or some mixture of any of those. Some purists will also distinguish between the types of rules that each have, but to be honest, none of this is of great interest to most of us. ‘Co-ops’ is an ordinary word that belongs to extraordinary people and in this book will cover the organisation that belongs to you. This book is the same content as the A4 book, but is in a handbook format.< Less
The Board Book By Susan F. Shultz
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How to make your Corporate Board a Strategic Force in Your Company’s Success. A practical handbook for directors, officers and all those who care about boards of directors. The most practical,... More > reader friendly guide available to recruiting and managing on-track, top-notch boards – the kind that serve as pivotal success factors for all companies, large and small, public and private. Learn how to avoid the 10 most common mistakes, The author’s guidance is backed up by massive research and hundreds of interviews, examples and anecdotes. Great boards mean great companies.< Less
The Board Book By Susan F. Shultz
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How to make your Corporate Board a Strategic Force in Your Company’s Success. A practical handbook for directors, officers and all those who care about boards of directors. The most... More > practical, reader friendly guide available to recruiting and managing on-track, top-notch boards – the kind that serve as pivotal success factors for all companies, large and small, public and private. Learn how to avoid the 10 most common mistakes, The author’s guidance is backed up by massive research and hundreds of interviews, examples and anecdotes. Great boards mean great companies.< Less
Co-op Committee Skills By Greg Robbins
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What do we think a co-op is and who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who is involved in a community led organisation that is democratically organised and works for the benefit of that... More > community, not for the profit of individuals. It is an introduction for anyone elected to a role and would like to know a little more about what they have taken on. Throughout this book we will refer to Co-ops. There are many types of organisation which operate in this way, whether wholly owned co-operatives, community housing associations, tenant management organisations, estate management boards, community land trusts, short-life co-ops or some mixture of any of those. Some purists will also distinguish between the types of rules that each have, but to be honest, none of this is of great interest to most of us. ‘Co-ops’ is an ordinary word that belongs to extraordinary people and in this book will cover the organisation that belongs to you.< Less
Co-op Committee Skills By Greg Robbins
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What do we think a co-op is and who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who is involved in a community led organisation that is democratically organised and works for the benefit of that... More > community, not for the profit of individuals. It is an introduction for anyone elected to a role and would like to know a little more about what they have taken on. Throughout this book we will refer to Co-ops. There are many types of organisation which operate in this way, whether wholly owned co-operatives, community housing associations, tenant management organisations, estate management boards, community land trusts, short-life co-ops or some mixture of any of those. Some purists will also distinguish between the types of rules that each have, but to be honest, none of this is of great interest to most of us. ‘Co-ops’ is an ordinary word that belongs to extraordinary people and in this book will cover the organisation that belongs to you.< Less
The Board Policy Builder By Bob Fitch
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The Board Policy Builder includes 160 sample policies for nonprofits, ready for organizations to customize for their own use. If you're operating without a written set of board policies, you're... More > setting yourself up for serious trouble. Without a written policy manual, crisis decisions become the rule rather than the exception. Categories include organizational finance, board structure and operations, code of ethics, conflict of interest, board orientation, executive director responsibilities and functions, committees and more. Used with success by hundreds of nonprofits of all types. Also available in a convenient three-ring binder printed edition with cd at www.cain-consulting.com.< Less
The Board Team Handbook By Bob Fitch
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Get board members up to speed quickly and improve overall productivity and knowledge! The biggest update of our flagship publication ever! More than 80,000 copies have been sold. It includes timeless... More > advice on: The board’s job description and the role of officers. Developing board policy. The executive director’s role and the board’s relation to staff. Making board meetings productive and basic parliamentary procedure. Managing nonprofit risk. Board member recruitment. Developing successful committees. Expanded info on monitoring nonprofit finance, including how to read a balance sheet and income statement. Avoiding common nonprofit financial pitfalls. Solutions for dealing with problem board members. Sample board of director and president qualification checklists.Tactics to successfully implement strategic plans. Sample “chain of command” chart. Sample executive director succession plan. Recommended insurance coverage for nonprofits.< Less
Roles and Responsibilities of Federal Reserve Directors By Board of Directors Federal Reserve System
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As the central bank of the United States, the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve or System) conducts the nation’s monetary policy and helps to maintain a stable financial system. Three key... More > components of the Federal Reserve System—the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (Board of Governors), the Federal Reserve Banks (Reserve Banks), and the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC)—interact to accomplish these goals. Each of the 12 Reserve Banks is subject to the supervision of a nine-member board of directors (board) (see “Figure 1. The Federal Reserve Bank director selection process”). Six of the directors are elected by the member banks of the respective Federal Reserve District (District), and three of the directors are appointed by the Board of Governors. Most Reserve Banks have at least one Branch (Branch), and each Branch has its own board of directors.< Less
The Job Description Kit By Bob Fitch
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Nonprofit board members want to do their job right, but can't if they don't know what it is. The Job Descriptions Kit contains job descriptions for: 1. Board of Directors 2. Individual board... More > members 3. President / Chairman of the Board 4. Vice President / Vice Chair 5. Secretary 6. Treasurer 7. Standing Committees 8. Task Forces / Ad Hoc Committees 9. Committee chair 10. Executive Committee 11. Board/executive relationship 12. and more! Customize the descriptions to fit your nonprofit organization. Also available in cd-format at www.cain-consulting.com.< Less