Council and Committee Evaluations
Effective and responsible governance is a critical factor in ensuring the profession is regulated appropriately and serving the public interest. As part of the Council of the College’s commitment to continuous improvement in areas of governance, the Council and the various Committees undergo yearly performance evaluations.
Annual Evaluation Process
Every year between May and July, the Council and all Committees evaluate their overall and individual performance, monitored by an independent 3rd party consultant specializing in governance evaluation.
The evaluation consists of 3 major components, including a general assessment for the Council and its various Committees, an individual self-assessment for each member, and a peer-assessment conducted within the Council and Committees on each of their peers. All self- and peer- assessments are provided directly to the consultant, and not to the College.
At the conclusion of the evaluation process, the consultant meets with the Council and Committees both as groups and individual members to review self- and peer- assessments and offer guidance and mentorship on how to improve performance within their roles. An individualized Action Plan setting out improvement plans for each member is developed for the use of the individual and a copy is provided to the Governance Committee for later follow-up.
Past Governance Evaluations
Reflecting our dedication to transparency, especially in matters of governance, the overall evaluations of the Council and its various committees is published here.