CSIO CALL FOR NOMINATION 2016-2017 BOARD OF DIRECTOR

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Strength and Conditioning

The CSIO Board of Directors has the responsibility for setting directions, establishing policy, and overseeing the activities of the organization. More specifically:

Board of Directors

  • Support the mission statement. 
  • Read and understand the financial statements and otherwise assist the board in fulfilling its fiduciary responsibility. 
  • Attend board meetings and actively participate in decision-making. 
  • Share your area of expertise with the board and staff. 
  • Be an advocate for the organization; use your contacts to promote it in ways appropriate to your profession. 
  • Obtain various means of support for the organization, such as sponsorships, advertisers, members, exhibitors, speakers, etc. 
  • Fulfill the duties of care, obedience and loyalty to the organization. 
  • Participate in regular assessments to improve board performance. 
  • Participate in strategic planning activities. 
  • Prioritize and monitor programs and services. 
  • Select the President/CEO, review their performance, and provide direction if needed in accordance to the President/CEO’s job description. 
  • Partner with the President/CEO to accomplish the mission. 
  • Work to develop new leadership and recommend potential board members to the board nomination committee. 
  • Avoid the appearance of conflict of interest. 
  • Participate in the organization’s conferences and meetings. 
  • Read and sign in agreement the CSIO Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest forms.

Nomination Form

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