Governance Process Policies:
Rules that the Board sets for itself regarding how it will carry out its governing responsibilities. The policies describe the Board's relationship with outside interests.
|I.A. Governance Commitment|
|I.B. Governing Style|
|I.C. Board Job Description|
|I.D. Chairperson's Role|
|I.E. Board Committee Principles|
|I.F. Board Planning and Agenda|
|I.G. Board Member's Code of Conduct|
Board-Staff Relationship Policies:
Outline the manner in which the Board delegates authority to the President and monitors the President's performance.
|II.A. Delegation to the President|
|II.B. President's Position Profile|
|II.C. Monitoring Presidential Performance|
Executive Limitations Policies:
The Guiding Principles relating to the methods (means) used by the President and staff to accomplish the college's ends.
|III.A. General Executive Constraint|
|III.B. People Treatment|
|III.C. Compensation and Benefits|
|III.E. Financial Condition|
|III.F. Asset Protection|
|III.G. Communication & Counsel to the Board|
Ends Policies: They answer the questions of:
What benefits should result from the college's very existence?
Who should receive these benefits?
What is the cost of providing these benefits?
Lakeshore Technical College exists so the community workforce will be well trained, diverse, and flexible and will meet the needs of a changing marketplace.
Learning opportunities are affordable and accessible, within available resources.