The BCODN board has a responsibility to be a catalyst in support of the development of the practice of OD and the OD community.
We do this in three ways:
1). Delivering programs;
2). Promoting OD related events delivered by others;
- Establishing BCODN special rates with other providers;
- Promoting other events; and,
3). Initiating opportunities for BCODN members and the community at large to learn from one another that are self-directed.
Our volunteer Board of Directors consists of four executive positions and up to six additional positions. If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, please contact us at email@example.com.
Nominations for Board positions are invited in the late spring at the Annual General Meeting (AGM). You can get an overview of each role in the document here: Board Roles Summary. Nominate yourself or others for a Board position here: BCODN Nomination and Election Process (2020-21FY).
We also encourage our members to volunteer on our various working committees and contribute to the development of emerging OD practitioners by becoming a mentor for a Building Community Organizations (BCO) project (see the BCO page for details).
If you have skills in marketing, communications, event coordination or membership recruitment (or want to gain those skills) and would like to work with your OD peers to support this great professional network, please let us know. We look forward to hearing how you would like to contribute.
Looking for ways to get involved in BCODN? BCODN runs entirely on the steam of volunteer members.
To learn about current volunteer opportunities contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.