Important information for potential ATEC Board members

今天15选5开奖结果详情 Overall role of the ATEC National Board

The role of the Board is to act on behalf of the membership, and to govern ATEC so that it achieves its strategic goals and objectives. Board members act as trustees for the ATEC membership, making every reasonable effort to understand and realise their requirements and expectations whenever appropriate and possible. Board members are formally accountable to the members within terms defined in its incorporation documents.

As part of the objective of delivering quality leadership to the members, the organisation seeks to attract individuals to the National Board with a range of key skills, some of which may include:

  • Specific industry knowledge – passion for the cause, knowledgeable & respected
  • Legal / financial acumen
  • Global markets/business sector representation
  • Gender equity
  • Geographical equity

ATEC Board corporate governance philosophy

The ATEC Board corporate governance philosophy embraces the following:
  • Outward rather than inward vision
  • Encouragement of diversity of opinions and views
  • Strategic leadership rather than administrative detail
  • Collective rather than individual decision-making
  • Future rather than present focus
  • Pro-active rather than reactive participation

Responsibility of an ATEC Board member

National Board members are expected to:

  • At all times act honestly and diligently in the interest of ATEC and its members
  • Spend time thinking about the organisation and transfer that thinking into Board room contribution
  • Undertake meeting preparation and become involved in Board working committees
  • Become a team member within a progressive decision making environment
  • Make every reasonable effort to attend all Board meetings. The Board meets as often as is required to effectively carry out its governance responsibilities
  • Align with the ATEC Board’s ‘Corporate Governance Policies’
  • Not disclose to any other person confidential information other than as agreed by the Board or as required under law