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Coordinators and Directors and Executives Forming Board of Directors


 Gabrial worlds largest choir board of directors/executives has been created to develop plans, policy objectives, and specific strategy.

The board of directors is the chief executives of the organisation, supports the organisation, reviews performances and takes disciplinary action if required.

Through regular monthly meetings, the board will ensure effective organizational planning and that company resources are managed effectively.


The board of directors also sees that the company meets regulatory requirements that apply to the organisation.


 The board of directors will also assess its own performance.


Directors monitor the groups financial performance and the success of its products, services and strategy.


Directors are expected to follow developments that affect the group.


Directors must support the well-being of the business which they serve.


The board of directors will be a group of professionals who bring a breadth of skills, experience and diversity to the group.


Members of the board will have backgrounds and contacts that differ from those within the committee but complements the group and that of the other directors.


As the group grows and changes, the board also will evolve to meet changing needs and circumstances with monthly meetings.



Gabrial is an independent private subscription module based organisation, for all Childrens world television subscribers.


The board will consist of 144000 members worldwide, each subscribing £1.00 per week by PAYPAL subscription through the gabrial Portal.


Mission statement

Members are elected from subscribers to serve the board


Officials will form the backbone of the board

Standing and sometimes temporary committees are charged with keeping certain subjects under review, focusing the board on those things that need board attention, and making constructive recommendations for board decisions. One of the first committees to establish is the nominating committee, which selects candidates for board vacancies. The nominating committee should be a permanent, ongoing committee, with its responsibilities clearly spelled out in the bylaws or in a board resolution. Other standing committees may include finance or budget, audit, personnel policy, executive evaluation, and a building or facilities committee.

  •  Bylaws will be reviewed and updated every 42mths
  •  The board will assess its own performance every month.
  •  Board members may have specific responsibilities that are unique to the business or industry in which they perform. The Board of Directors will also have a variety of responsibilities which are defined in the Bylaws of the Organization and in numerous laws and statutes and regulations.
  •   The written laws will define the specific responsibilities for the Board of Directors (this should be done in conjunction with organizing the corporation).  But every board shares a set of general responsibilities that board members should be prepared to assume when they serve. 
  •  Attendance
  • Board members agree to attend board meetings once every month as part of the festivals.
  •  Directors agree to define the mission and participate in strategic planning to review a company's purposes, priorities, financial standing, and goals.

Chief executive

Chief executives will be 144000 subscribing members elected by proxy


  • Directors must assure financial responsibility by weekly tithe subscription of £1.00 as part of the boards working capitol, approving the annual budget and overseeing adherence to it.
  • And management of capital or reserve funds.
  •  Planning oversight and support
  • Directors agree to oversee and evaluate strategic business plans and support management in carrying out those plans.

Board effectiveness

  • Directors must evaluate how well the board is performing and maintain an effective organization, procedures and recruitment.
  • Growing pains as a company evolves from start-up to growth toward maturity, the responsibilities and character of its board of directors will evolve as well.
  • Challenges that may come with growth include:
  • Weaning directors away from involvement in operations and management.
  • Addressing the needs and problems of a large organisation
  • Bringing aboard new people and new ideas.
  • Board members will also be shareholders

What Makes a Successful Board Member?

  • A board member's success is determined not only by their business skills and experience, but by their personality traits, or character.
  • They are honest.
  • They are enthusiastic.
  • They keep an open mind.
  • They are team players.
  • They tackle complex problems with relish.
  • They take an orderly approach to decision making.
  • They have a sense of humour.

 Board Level Leadership

  • You already know how important it is to have a vision of where you want to go and how you want to get there. Leadership is the quality of convincing others to walk with you.
  • A strong executive will clarify and define the company's mission, and act as spokes person for the board. 
  • Your leadership gives purpose and strength to the board of directors.
  • Your communication skills will play a large role in your effectiveness.
  • Give a presentation and speeches

  • You must be able to assert a vision of what the organization can be at its best, and convey that vision in a convincing manner to the board.

  • You must be able to identify goals, clarify and define situations, sift priorities, and decide on a course of action.

  • You must be able to inspire others, unlock their desire to perform to the best of their ability, and bring a group to a sense of shared purpose.

  • You must be able to achieve a workable level of unity within a group, including the ability to mediate, resolve conflicts, and win the trust of all factions.