At the Board Table 2

by Hartger Wassink, GOVERN Board Chair How quickly a year passes. While we still remember all the great things that happened during the conference in Savannah last year, our annual conference in Québec City is rapidly approaching, the first under our new name. In Savannah, we made the pivotal decision to change our name and bylaws and to adopt new ...
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Awesome Advanced Governance Practice Learning

by J. Inskeep, F2F Advanced Practice Forum Leader

Seventeen participants from the US, Canada and Japan gathered at the Hyatt Riverwalk in San Antonio Texas for a two day workshop centered on methods of measurement available to boards and CEOs.

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Support Good Governance... Support GOVERN for IMPACT'S Cause! Become an Affiliate!

by Karen Fryday-Field, CEO, Govern for Impact

You are the key to help change the world through governance excellence. Our world is in good hands only when every organization we build is led with clarity of purpose, determination to lasting results, deep loyalty to fundamental values, and an unwavering dedication to the people for whose benefit it exists. This happens when there is excellence in board governance.

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Why You Should Attend the Govern for Impact Annual Conference

by Vicki Hawarden, Conference Chair

My first time at the Govern for Impact Annual Conference was almost 4 years ago in Toronto. As a life-long planner of conferences, I’ve attended hundreds of similar events and I pretty much knew what to expect – a couple of receptions, some breakout sessions, a keynote or two, and a sense of community around a topic that mattered to me. And it was all that.

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Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! 2018 Resource Development Fundraising Accountability Report

In March 2018, the former IPGA, now Govern for Impact, launched the Caroline Oliver Fund for a New Vision. This fund was launched in order to create resources to achieve the Govern for Impact ‘Ends’ (Strategic outcomes for people across the world for a reasonable cost)… and also celebrate Carolyn Oliver’s (former IPGA CEO) significant contribution to help shape this vision. 

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Faith-based Hub News: 2019Jan22

At our January 22 nd hub we began by looking at the Executive Limitation where the CEO is not allowed to create obligations over a longer term than revenues can be safely projected. There are template policies and policies that may be acquired from another organization. Do not just automatically implement them unless you know what they mean. It may...
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