FEI board restructuring deserves support.One of the major challenges FEI's board of directors faces is broadening member representation in the governance Governance makes decisions that define expectations, grant power, or verify performance. It consists either of a separate process or of a specific part of management or leadership processes. Sometimes people set up a government to administer these processes and systems. structure while maximizing the board's efficiency. FEI's particular challenge is to use the experience and insight of chapter presidents and technical committee chairs in the decision-making process, while keeping the governing body Noun 1. governing body - the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something; "he claims that the present administration is corrupt"; "the governance of an association is responsible to its members"; "he nimble nim·ble
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Over the years, FEI's board has addressed these concerns in several different ways. These include increasing chapter president participation in Area Operations In maritime usage, operations conducted in a geographical area and not related to the protection of a specific force. Committee meetings, periodic reports from technical committee chairs at board meetings, and the creation last spring of the Office of the Chairman to provide closer senior volunteer leadership oversight
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To improve the process further, last fall the Office of the Chairman consulted with the institute's seven area vice presidents about the structure of FEI's national board. Their suggestions, combined with our experiences and discussions over recent years, led to the drafting of a restructuring restructuring - The transformation from one representation form to another at the same relative abstraction level, while preserving the subject system's external behaviour (functionality and semantics). proposal. The proposal was discussed at Executive Committee and U.S. Area Operations Committee meetings this winter. A final proposal emerged from this process, which the board approved at its meeting in February. The proposal has been submitted for membership approval. Briefly, the proposed restructuring calls for:
* Restructuring the Area Operations Committees, which include the chapter presidents in each area, into area boards. These new boards would monitor the performance of the chapters in the area and work with staff and volunteer leaders to ensure each chapter has adequate support to operate effectively and achieve major goals. Area boards will vote on all major issues to be considered by the national board. Each area board will have an executive committee composed of the area vice president and the elected area directors.
* Restructuring the present national board into a leadership board. All chapter presidents and technical committee chairs will be ex-officio members An ex-officio member was a member of a colonial legislative council or an executive council. They were civil servants who served in a colonial government, appointed to sit in a council or both councils alongside with unofficial members. of the leadership board. This board will be responsible for FEI's organizational structure This article has no lead section.
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Fédération Équestre Internationale. Canada and Financial Executives Research Foundation chairs, will be responsible for all other operating and procedural affairs of the institute. At the discretion of the chairman, the Office of the Chairman, namely the chairman, vice chairman, two vice presidents at large, the immediate past chairman and the president, will continue to oversee FEI's major areas of activity.
The strength of an organization lies in its members. Involving more members in FEI's decision-making process will make for a stronger organization. Adopting the new structure will improve communications with members and ensure that overall participation in discussing national issues will increase substantially.
If you haven't already done so, please consider the merits of these changes and return your "yes" vote by May 23. Feel free to direct any questions about the proposed changes in our governance structure to my attention at (212) 345-5902, or to FEI President Norm Roy at (201) 898-4601 or email@example.com.
Frank J. Borelli Chairman Financial Executives Institute