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The seminar on “Building and Sustaining an Effective Board”

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The seminar on “Building and Sustaining an Effective Board” took place on 21 November 2016, with over 70 guests participating. Photos of the seminar highlights are in the below, and full collection of photos (of original size) is accessible here.

The two presentation decks are available now:

1) findings announcement of “Survey on Board-level Recruitment and Retention Strategies among Nonprofits in Hong Kong”

2) Considerations for NGO Board Composition

 

From the left: - Ms Lois LAM, Head, HKCSS Institute - Mr CHUA Hoi Wai, Chief Executive, HKCSS - Ms Christine FANG, Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong - Mr Kennedy LIU, Chairperson, Steering Committee on NGOs Governance Platform Project, HKCSS - Dr T L LO, Chairman, Executive Committee, The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong - Dr Gary NG, Chairperson, Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth - Prof Cecilia CHAN, Deputy Project Director, ExCEL3, The University of Hong Kong - Dr John FUNG, Business Director (Sector & Capacity Development), HKCSS

 

From the left:
- Ms Lois Lam, Head, HKCSS Institute
- Mr Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive, HKCSS
- Ms Christine Fang, Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
- Mr Kennedy Liu, Chairperson, Steering Committee on NGOs Governance Platform Project, HKCSS
- Dr T L Lo, Chairman, Executive Committee, The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong
- Dr Gary Ng, Chairperson, Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth
- Prof Cecilia Chan, Deputy Project Director, ExCEL3, The University of Hong Kong
- Dr John Fung, Business Director (Sector & Capacity Development), HKCSS

 

 

 

Mr Kennedy LIU, Chairperson, Steering Committee on NGOs Governance Platform Project, HKCSS extended a warm welcome to seminar participants.

 

Mr Kennedy Liu, Chairperson, Steering Committee on NGOs Governance Platform Project, HKCSS extended a warm welcome to seminar participants.

 

 

 

Prof Cecilia Chan, Deputy Project Director, ExCEL3, The University of Hong Kong gave an opening remark at the seminar by sharing her own experience in NGO governance.

 

Prof Cecilia Chan, Deputy Project Director, ExCEL3, The University of Hong Kong gave an opening remark at the seminar by sharing her own experience in NGO governance.

 

 

 

Ms Lois Lam, Head, HKCSS Institute shared findings of “Survey on Board-level Recruitment and Retention Strategies among Nonprofits in Hong Kong” jointly conducted by ExCEL3 and HKCSS.

 

Ms Lois Lam, Head, HKCSS Institute shared findings of “Survey on Board-level Recruitment and Retention Strategies among Nonprofits in Hong Kong” jointly conducted by ExCEL3 and HKCSS.

 

 

 

Ms Christine Fang, Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong gave an analysis on the survey findings, bringing in also a comparative perspective by sharing about board recruitment practices in the US and the UK.   Ms Christine Fang, Professor of Practice, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong gave an analysis on the survey findings, bringing in also a comparative perspective by sharing about board recruitment practices in the US and the UK.
     
Dr T L Lo, Chairman, Executive Committee, The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong (left) and Dr Gary Ng, Chairperson, Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth shared their valuable experiences in sustaining the health development of their boards.   Dr T L Lo, Chairman, Executive Committee, The Mental Health Association of Hong Kong (left) and Dr Gary Ng, Chairperson, Hong Kong Federation of Handicapped Youth shared their valuable experiences in sustaining the health development of their boards.
     
The seminar received over 70 representatives from more than 60 organizations.  

The seminar received over 70 representatives from more than 60 organizations.

     
The seminar received over 70 representatives from more than 60 organizations.   The seminar received over 70 representatives from more than 60 organizations.
     
Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.   Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.
     
Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.   Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.
     
Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.   Attending guests were keen on sharing their diverse experiences with and queries on board recruitment and retention, contributing to a very fruitful discussion. Of those who shared their feedback, over 95% was satisfied with the information and knowledge gained in the seminar.