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Quiz - Module 2

Principles of Governance Mix and Match Quiz

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Governance is about how your organisation is run
Those ultimately responsible for overseeing an organisation are the governing body
If your organisation is well-governed and has appropriate systems in place your service is more likely to remain steady and unshaken even if you experience any difficulties.
Only the governing body as a group can make decisions, not individuals on their own.
The Committee sets the purpose and strategic direction and monitors organisation progress
The Coordinator is responsible for achieving the organisation’s direction and goals.
Good governance involves ensuring that the resources of the organisation are managed effectively.
Informed decision-making helps your Centre to achieve its objectives in an accountable and legally responsible way.
If your governance has a system of checks and balances it keeps things on track and protects your Centre’s future.
It is essential that your Centre practices good governance and leadership by thinking strategically and setting direction.
Created by: Linkwest