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Find out how to run efficient and productive meetings. read more »

Steps involved in developing policies and procedures. read more »

Use this checklist of policies and procedures to make sure you have everything covered read more »

Developing policies for your organisation. read more »

What are policies and why do we need them? read more »

Information about the dissolution and winding-up of a charitable organisation. read more »

Information about Charities Services and registering as a charity. read more »

Information about companies, cooperative companies, industrial and provident societies and Māori land trusts. read more »

The following steps outline the process for setting up a registered charitable trust. read more »

A charitable trust is one of the main legal structures that community groups may consider as a way to operate. read more »

Find out how to establish the right governing body processes for the smooth operation of your organisation. read more »

Tips for managing governing body meetings to make them stimulating, fun and productive. read more »

The following steps outline the process for setting-up an incorporated society. read more »

Information about governing body officers and the key role they have in your organisation. read more »

While the model of governance may vary for each charity, there are common core roles and governance functions that need to be considered by every group. read more »

Information about governance and its critical role to ensure that your organisation's governing body works well and that there is a clear and understood difference between governance and management. read more »

Governance is about how an organisation is run. It covers all the strategies, systems, processes and controls that enable a group to decide what it will do and to make sure it happens. read more »

A plan is only useful if it works in practice. Monitoring and evaluation will help you assess this and give you information to improve the programme or service in the future. read more »

A risk is a current or future factor or event that could negatively affect the project, service or programme you are planning. read more »

Many community projects and programmes are started by the imagination and passion of one person, or group of people, wanting to make a difference in the community. A feasibility study is a good reality check, giving you some information about your chances of success, and possible pitfalls. read more »