Access a Vantage Point not-for-profit board expert as you work to revise, update, and create your organization’s board policies!
Over one full day, a Vantage Point expert will spend the day with you and provide a brief overview of different board policy documents and practices applicable to BC not-for-profits. You will be provided with:
a digital care package
a comprehensive package of board policy templates
After the brief overview, it’s time to get to work our expert who will circulate the room to provide one-on-one guidance, and share key questions and insights with the group. We’ll have prizes and activities throughout the day to keep the energy up!
We ask that you bring a lap top and electronic copies of your organization’s current board policies.
The templates included in the digital care package
Board Policy Manual including: Board Orientation Manual; Board Code of Conduct and/or Code of Ethics, Conflict of Interest, and Board Member Expectations; Board Role Descriptions; Board Evaluation Guidelines
Board meeting agendas, guides, and practices
Committee Terms of Reference and Role Descriptions
Board Calendar and Annotated Agenda
Executive Director Role Description
Lunch included in registration fee.
Note: This Bootcamp is not intended to examine, review, or update your Society’s Constitution, Bylaws, or Human Resource Policies.
The price for this full day session, with access to 1 expert and digital care package, is $249. Alternatively, send 2 members from your organization for $349.
Mark Friesen came to Vantage Point after 14 years working and volunteering in the not-for-profit sector. Before returning to school to pursue a Masters’ of Urban Studies, he served as an association founder, executive director, and has led fundraising, strategic planning and program development efforts in the sport sector. Mark is most excited about the possibilities for citizen engagement through the voluntary sector, researching ways to include diverse interests and perspectives in decision-making. An experienced facilitator and dialogue convener, Mark recently coordinated 100 conversations on the BC economy with SFU Public Square.