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MBOT Director Application Form - Oct 2011

MBOT Director Application Form - Oct 2011

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Candidate Name:Organization:Address:Your Current Position and Title:Phone Number(s):E-Mail Address:
1. Candidate Information
Briefly describe yourself under the following headings
EducationWork Experience(attach resume if preferred)Present:Relevant Previous:Examples of LeadershipOther Association Membershipsand/or Community ConnectionsPrevious Board of DirectorsExperiencePrevious Experience on anExecutive CommitteeAdvocacy ExperienceExamples of Peer Recognition,i.e. .Awards ReceivedMBOT Committee Work 
Last Revised: October 2011
Please rate your Experiencefrom 1-4 in the following with 1 being low experience and 5 being high experience:ManagementStrategic PlanningHuman ResourcesAccounting/FinanceMarketingCommunications/PublicRelationsTechnologyPolicy Advocacy/GovernmentRelationsInternational TradeBusiness Programs/EventsFundraisingLow High 1 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 41 2 3 4
2. Company Information
Briefly describe the organization with whom you work:
Core Business, includingsector and number of yearsin BusinessCredentials HeldMarkets served, provincial, North American, Global
Employees in Peel Regionand MississaugaEmployees in CanadaEmployees globally
Last Revised: October 2011
Ownership – Check all that Apply
 PrivatePublicDomesticForeign Not For Profit AcademicPartnershipRegistered Charity
Where is the organization headquartered?
3. Expectations of Board Members:
It is imperative that potential Board of Directors members understand expectations of a Boardmember and that their employer supports the time and costs associated with fulfilling thoseexpectations.
Please read and fully consider the following List of Expectations:
Be viewed and conduct oneself as a responsible corporate citizen.
Be at least 18 years of age.
Declare any conflicts of interest.
Have the support of their employer to hold the position of Director for a 3-year term and amaximum of 6 years.
Attend 6 Board meetings per year.
Exercise best efforts to attend the signature events held by MBOT: Chair’s Gala, AwardsGala, Mayor’s Address, Politicians’ Appreciation Evening.
Often on short notice, politicians and dignitaries will offer to meet with MBOT Directors.Make best efforts to attend such events.
Participate in or lead a task force to advance committee work or MBOT’s strategic plan.
Assist with efforts to help MBOT grow. For example, identify and visit with potential newmembers.
Consider holding a position on the Executive Committee, including the position of Chair.
Last Revised: October 2011

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