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Proposed Process for Discerning At-large board members. Step 1 – Initial raising of needs and names: November Rep Council. The LDC identifies whether or not any of the at-large members whose term is expiring is eligible for re-election. Shares eligibility with Rep Council.

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step 1 initial raising of needs and names november rep council
Step 1 – Initial raising of needs and names: November Rep Council
  • The LDC identifies whether or not any of the at-large members whose term is expiring is eligible for re-election. Shares eligibility with Rep Council.
  • The LDC leads a discussion during which the Rep Council identifies
    • Current make-up of the Board
    • The needs of the conference
    • The skills and qualifications needed by new members of the board to meet those needs
    • Individuals who have those skills and qualifications
step 2 work of the ldc november january
Step 2 – Work of the LDC:November-January
  • The LDC, using the roles, responsibilities and qualifications as specified in the by-laws, determines the eligibility of those whose names are raised or if they are to be disqualified.
  • The LDC contacts the individuals to
    • Let them know they have been identified and what skills and qualifications were ascribed to them
    • Ask them if they are willing to accept the call to serve
    • If willing, ask them to complete a written statement regarding their vision and self-perception
step 3 initial reduction of candidates january february
Step 3 – Initial reduction of candidates: January - February

The following is carried out if the number of potential candidates exceeds one more than twice the number of open seats.

  • The LDC provides to the Rep Council with a list of the needs of the conference, a list of candidates together with their written vision and self-assessment
  • An initial discernment is held in which each Rep Council member is allowed to submit, from the list provided, the names of as many candidates as there are open seats
  • Based on this information, the number of candidates is reduced to one more than twice the number of open seats thereby creating the Final List of candidates
step 3 continued
Step 3 continued
  • LDC contacts the final candidates and asks them to be present for the Rep Council meeting prior to the annual NCCL Conference and Exposition.
step 4 final selection spring rep council meeting
Step 4 – Final Selection: Spring Rep Council Meeting
  • The LDC leads a process of presenting the final candidates, allowing them to speak to those present, and allows for conversation regarding the needs of the organization. Candidates are asked to leave and a conversation is held regarding reasons for discerning one candidate over the other.
  • The first open seat is filled
    • All Rep Council members vote for one person.
    • If any candidate receives a majority of votes on the first ballot, that candidate is elected
    • If no candidate receives a majority of votes on the first ballot then the lower half of vote getters are dropped from consideration and a second vote is held. If a candidate receives a majority of votes on the second ballot, that candidate is elected.
    • If no candidate receives a majority of votes on the second ballot, there is a third ballot on which the top two candidates from the second ballot are eligible. The one receiving a majority of votes is elected.
step 4 final selection spring rep council meeting1
Step 4 – Final Selection: Spring Rep Council Meeting
  • After an open seat is filled, if (an)other open seat(s) remain, the LDC leads a discussion in which the Rep Council identifies what needs now remain and which candidates best fulfill those needs.
  • The next remaining open seat is filled by a voting process identical to the first.
    • NB, all candidates are restored to passive voice on the first ballot