The Role of The Board
The role of the Board is to:
- Determine strategy and priorities for the organisation
- Allocate resources
- Monitor performance
- Determine corrective action
- Re-evaluate strategy and reset priorities
The Board meet at least 10 times a year. These meetings are timed to allow the Board to monitor strategic performance on a quarterly basis, with sign-off in May of the Annual Accounts and Corporate Strategic Plan.
The Board has the power to establish a series of sub committees to allow Board members to focus on key aspects of the Federation’s work in more details than would be possible at Board level. Current sub committees are:
- Human Resources
Code of Conduct
High standards of corporate and personal conduct are key requirements for the Federation. We are funded through a variety of sources and feel accountable to the community for the effective use of these monies.
Executive Board members are required to agree to work within a code of conduct. These include:
The Board consists of Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Company Secretary, Trustees & Co-opted members
Co-opted members are invited to join the Board for a specific period of time to assist with pieces of work, strategy, vision etc. Each co-opted member is issued with an individual role description when they join us, setting out clearly joint aims and responsibilities and the term of the co-option.
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