These strategic planning tools have been developed through research and facilitation of many hundreds of strategic plans by our Conscious Governance facilitators.
Inside the toolkit:
The nine stages for developing a strategic plan
There are nine steps necessary for developing a Strategic Plan that will drive results.
Sample Action Plan (Completed)
Each strategy will usually have more than one Action Plan, with each plan targeting a different aspect of the strategy, or developing into a hierarchy of plans that need to be completed in a particular sequence.
Strategic Plan Process Checklist
This list acts as a guide to make sure every step in creating a strategic plan is implemented.
Strategic Plan Preparation Checklist
This list contains vital information that needs to be considered when preparing a strategic plan.
How to ensure your vision makes a difference (Checklist)
Take the key elements of your vision statement, and map it against all the key programs and potential programs in your organization.
Business plan facilitation checklist
This list provides the vital steps to take when undergoing an operational and business plan facilitation.
The Governance Solutions Toolkit provides many examples of conscious governance policies and tools that will assist your Board to function with conscious awareness.
Inside the toolkit: Sample Policies/ Tools
Sample Harassment Policy
A sample document of a Harassment Policy which can guide you in writing your own. This sample includes obligations, definitions, objectives, responsibilities and application of a harassment policy.
Sample Media Policy
In order for the organisation to effectively promote awareness and publicize the needs of the client group(s) it is imperative that effective use of, and response to the media occurs.
Sample Internal Audits Policy
Internal audits for the organization are to be conducted periodically in accordance with the Internal Audit Schedule. The Internal Auditor is to conduct these audits with relevant staff members.
Sample Occupational Health & Safety Policy
This sample Occupational Health and Safety Policy document provides a comprehensive coverage of aspects relevant to workplace health and safety.
Sample Policy Making Policy
The Policy Making Policy sample document includes set procedures to ensure the efficacy of the process and the overall policy framework.
Sample Prevention of Discrimination Policy
This sample Prevention of Discrimination Policy document provides aspects to ensure that a work environment for employees, contractors, customers and visitors is free from discrimination.
The practice and principles that govern and guide privacy and confidentiality as applied to the services and business practices of your organization are based upon and fulfill the obligations set forth in the following Acts of Parliament.
Sample Risk Management Policy
The Risk Management Policy sample document will guide your organization to develop a policy to assist the embedding of risk management into your organization.
This resource provides tools and tips to assist the board to address challenging governance issues with awareness. These tools will assist your Board in crafting a conscious leadership structure and approach that will effectively improve performance.
Inside the toolkit
Today’s members and stakeholders are increasingly holding companies responsible for a company’s performance, which has lead to a shift in ensuring companies have truly strategic governance and an ethical strategy in place to guide core organisational activities.
These eight attributes will add immense value to the Board, and all Board members have the ability to use these attributes, if they choose.
Board Charters are documents that set out the job description and overall role of the board — from the composition, purpose, role, and responsibilities to job descriptions for committees — reminding Board members that they are part of a group with authority over, and liability for, the organization.
Board Induction is essential to ensuring that new Board members become productive contributors to the Board as quickly as possible.
The most common Board committees are the Finance and Audit committee (sometimes called the Finance committee), the Board and CEO Appraisal committee (sometimes called the Governance committee, or the Succession Planning committee, or the Remuneration committee), and the Compliance committee (sometimes called the internal audit committee, or the audit and risk committee).
One of the key roles of any Board is to continually ensure that it has the right set of skills, talents and attributes represented in its Board members. There is an increasing demand for highly qualified, dedicated, conscious and aware directors who truly add value to the organization.
Board policies are designed to help CEO's, Boards, and staff leaders advance their organizations, make better collective decisions, and guide individual actions and behaviors.
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