Governance and Board Papers Template (ePublication)
The best decisions need to be based on good information.
Directors rely on management for timely and accurate information. Without this, the Board struggles to make effective decisions.
As Board decisions impact the organisation, it needs to involve formalised Board Papers. Not only will this facilitate better discussions, it will lead to better decision-making.
In addition it provides an excellent formal record of the Board’s decisions. It is also a great reference to assess the successes of past decisions.
So do you have high quality Board papers that your Directors can confidently rely on to make the right decisions?
If not, then our newly released Governance and Board Papers Template will certainly help.
Our Template details the steps so that you can develop your own valuable Board Papers. The template also lists and identifies items for inclusion in a valued Board Paper.
Experience the difference as Board members and Management more confidently engage in the task of decision-making.
As a bonus this ePublication includes a Board Paper sample and it is ready-to-use as a customisable template.
The Employment Deed of Release (ePublication)
All employees eventually will leave the organisation. Whenever this occurs it is wise to use a Deed of Release. Everyone then knows the separation issues has been discussed, agreed and recorded accurately.
This ePublication lists various matters that should be included in a Deed of Release. It also has a section which explains the reasoning and offers insights into why certain matters are to be considered for inclusion.
Provided as a Word document template the Employment Deed of Release is ready to use and can be customised for your organisation.
Directors and Officers Insurance Checklist
Do you know what to look for when purchasing Directors and Officers Insurance?
Is your current insurance cover fit for purpose?
Designed and written for Company Secretaries and Directors, this Checklist outlines the various questions that should be considered about Directors and Officers insurance, detailing thirty-one (31) Key Review Areas in a ready-to-use template. Against each of the highlighted thirty-one (31) Key Review Areas, it offers useful commentary. This includes what are some of the important aspects to look for as a solution; or suggestions of what may be relevant for you to consider to be appropriate.
Key Review Areas include:
- What are the duties and obligations placed on each director?
- Who might be the potential claimants against you as a director?
- Are there any needs specific to my industry or circumstances that should be specifically addressed in my Directors and Officers coverage?
- Are there any exclusions that I am not comfortable with?
The Directors and Officers Insurance Checklist is provided as a WORD document, which can be edited and customised to your organisation’s requirements. It can be implemented immediately to review the adequacy and suitability of your current insurance cover.