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Generate an annual calendar



As a part of the board policy manual, the board should have a calendar of topics to be addressed or work to be done each time they meet. For example, a board may want to ask for a budget narrative in September, a draft budget in October, and a final budget in November. A bylaw review can be scheduled for every June. A governing board will want to review a certain section of their board policy manual throughout the year.

This is useful for the board chair when combined with a typical agenda. The board chair takes the typical agenda and adds the appropriate items from the annual calendar, plus any other discussion items that have emerged. These tools keep the board on schedule and prevent the board from neglecting important agenda items when they meet.

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