It seems Lexington, Kentucky has just about everything for a great quality of life—strong economy, mild weather, verdant Bluegrass country, and lots of arts and culture. For many years, the Good Foods Co-op was firmly ensconced as the place to go for natural foods, but now, some serious grocery competition has sprouted up in its lush environment. Meeting the com(...) Learn more
The library is one of the top resources available in the food co-op sector for understanding all of the particulars of good governance, building a successful board-general manger relationship, and easily creating systems from organizational templates. From agenda planning to policy templates, you can find it all in our Library.
Here’s what you’ll find in the library:
Sample policies, bylaws and training materials
More than 3,500 co-op leaders have participated in a CBL 101 since 2005. The day provides a strong foundation for directors by covering these topics: Cooperative principles, values and history, legal roles and responsibilities, cooperative governance, financial understanding using the balance sheet.
Who should attend: While especially helpful for those new to co-op boards, all directors, candidates, general managers and successors are welcome to attend.
With the CBL 101 built into your co-op’s orientation plan, the session provides value both in the short term for those attending each session, and in the long term by maintaining a shared foundation for your board as directors come and go.
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