Category: P & P MANUAL

  • First outline – can you help?

    First outline – can you help?

    Index Table of Contents License 1 Authorship 1 Index 2 Introduction 2 This Document 2 The CES 2 The BrisLETS Management Committee 2 Managing the BrisLETS Community Exchange System (QLD) 2 Managing our Website 3 Access; Admins. Editors 3 Making Posts and assigning categories 3 Publishing the Newsletter 3 Backups 3 Getting Help 3 Newsletters…

  • Management Support Team

    Management Support Team

    I find it interesting, the old MC delegated a lot of authority to the Management Support Team. The management support team are the workers We have 4 voting committee positions and 7 management support team roles I actually think this is a very good idea, the people who do the work make the decisions about…

  • …on administrating and moderating FB groups for BrisLETS

    …on administrating and moderating FB groups for BrisLETS

    1) We have to make it a safe environment so there should be NO personal attacks. Complaints are another issue but a complaint requires more than just attacking someone in our public forums 2) Admin can’t just delete post and comments that irritate or distress them, these are official records 3) Records need to maintained,…

  • A complaints process for BrisLETs

    A complaints process for BrisLETs

    A complaints process for BrisLETs On our website we acknowledge the need for a complaint/mediation policy and announce our intention to attend to this as resources become available Well, it’s a good day to start, I’m not sure of a process but here are some resources

  • our official and latest T&C

    our official and latest T&C

    – a lot of decision-making is delegated to the “management support team” i.e the people who do the actual work – that several of the proposition has proven to be impractical, like returning account balances to zero when people leave – “administrative fees” have never worked, we end up billing inactive accounts – clause 18,…

  • What are policies and procedures?

    What are policies and procedures?

    Policies are a set of agreed guidelines about what and why our organisation does what it doesProcedures are about how to do these things. They need to be documented and published and they are usually open to change as circumstance change Writing policies and procedures usually takes some particular skills and all stakeholders should be…

  • I admired the process that Kelly Watts used to get agreement from the committee to spend association funds

    I admired the process that Kelly Watts used to get agreement from the committee to spend association funds

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1180878222106353/posts/2078167052377461/ 28 Resolutions of management committee without meeting (1) A written resolution signed by each member of the management committee is as valid and effectual as if it had been passed at a committee meeting that was properly called and held. (2) A resolution mentioned in sub-rule (1) may consist of several documents in like…

  • How should we manage passwords ?

    How should we manage passwords ?

    I think -roy- next step This needs be documented as a procedure put into actionandIn a timely manner, procedures should be approved by the MC and published as part of the association’s documentation (updated oct 31)(updated jan 29)

  • On the perfect committee

    On the perfect committee

    A committee is best when people barely know it exists.Not so good when people obey and acclaim it.Worse when they despise it. But of a good committee. who talks little,when their work is done,their aim fulfilled, they (the people) will say: ‘We did it ourselves.’ Misquoted from Lao-tse (c. 565 B.C.) So:

  • Dealing with disrespect

    Dealing with disrespect

    Eleanor Sharman 23/October/2022 Author 1. The first stage of addressing disrespect is to ‘call it out’. This involves telling someone specifically and objectively what it was that YOU experienced that was inappropriate. You make an ‘I’ statement. Eg “I find it………(offensive /inaccurate etc) when you say ……(repeat the specific words or observed behaviour).” 2. Next,…

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