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Auteurs: Todd Cain

The Institute on Governance is looking for your assistance in distributing this invitation to participate in a national, bilingual survey. This research is on a critical but understudied topic in the good governance of not-for-profit and related organizations – the leadership role of a board of directors in stakeholder relations. The aim of this Institute on Governance survey is to identify board-level models, practices and tools that will help not-for-profit and related boards carry out their responsibilities in this area. We will share our findings with survey respondents and distributors, and make the findings freely available to the public.

We are asking that your organization participate in two ways. First, we would like someone from your senior executive team and a board director to complete the survey. It is 34 questions in length and will take roughly 25 minutes to complete. Second, we would like you to share the survey with your partner or member organizations. We are aiming to receive survey responses from the leadership of any third sector organizations such as not-for-profits, co-operatives, non-governmental organizations, and associations to get a large, diverse set of responses.

The survey is bilingual and is in an electronic format. You can click the link below to begin. To share it with others, please copy and paste it into an email or document, or post it on a web page. The survey must be completed before the deadline of March 15th. You can start the survey by click here: Survey link.

Note that individual responses to this survey will remain confidential.

If you have any questions about the research, please contact Institute on Governance Research Officer Dustin Munroe at dmunroe@iog.ca or 613-562-0090.

 

This blog is available in English only.

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À propos des auteurs

  • Dustin Munroe

    Dustin Munroe

    Agent de recherche

    Dustin a rejoint l’Institut sur ​​la gouvernance en tant que stagiaire d’un fondateur, en mai 2012 et est devenu Agent de recherche en septembre 2012. Il a récemment complété un baccalauréat et une maîtrise en sciences politiques à l’Université de la Saskatchewan après avoir défendu sa thèse sur le thème de la réforme de l’impôt foncier en Saskatchewan. Ce thème de recherche reflète un intérêt dans les politiques publiques et la réforme de la gouvernance au niveau provincial et local.

    Dustin a également un intérêt pour la gouvernance autochtone et la gouvernance des organismes à but non lucratif ainsi que la politique canadienne. Son expérience de travail plus récent était celui d’un agent de recherche stagiaire avec le gouvernement de la Saskatchewan.

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