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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS® OPERATIONAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES MANUAL
Members of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS® may use the information contained in this document for communication with NAP Headquarters or members for official NAP business. Any other private use of the information in this document including political, promotional, or commercial communication is strictly prohibited and constitutes misuse of NAP property.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PARLIAMENTARIANS® Strategic Plan
This strategic plan is designed to set future direction for the National Association of Parliamentarians. Adopted by the NAP Board of Directors on February 26, 2013, it is intended that this plan will be reviewed on an annual basis by the board. During this review process, the plan will be evaluated and implementation tasks will be developed and assigned for completion
Writing Style and Standards Style Guide
Writing Style and Standards is for the National Association of Parliamentarians® (NAP) leadership, committee members, and staff who write letters, e-mails, presentations, educational materials, documents for Web sites, forms, dues notices, and other documents for internal use. It is used for guidance for members and staff who design and maintain the NAP Web site, www.parliamentarians.org. It is a guide for editorial styles, document organization, and page format. In addition, it is a training aid for new leadership, committee members, and staff.
West Tennessee FFA Parliamentary Procedure Handbook
The purpose of the West Tennessee FFA Parliamentary Procedure Leadership Development Event is to encourage students to learn to effectively participate in a business meeting and to assist in the development of their leadership, research, problem solving skills and critical thinking skills.
"Parliamentary Procedure in Action
"Parliamentary Procedure in Action" is a program designed to help participants learn basic par liamentary procedure. The program is split into five 15-minute sessions which can be presented over five meetings or in one meeting lasting at least 75 minutes. Included in the program are preparation guidelines, instructions on how to present the program, and a complete script/outline, including exercises and PowerPoint visuals. To begin, study the instructions and script, assemble your group of participants, and follow the script and exercises as you present the program. Be sure to read the exercises beforehand, since they require you to select someone before the session to assist you.
Robert’s Rules of Order Cheat Sheet
Certain situations need attention during the meeting, but they don’t require a motion, second, debate or voting. It’s permissible to state a point during a meeting where the chairperson needs to handle a situation right away. Board members can declare a Point of Order, Point of Information, Point of Inquiry or Point of Personal Privilege.
Parliamentary Procedure Handbook
The purpose of the parliamentary procedure leadership development event is to encourage students to learn to effectively participate in a business meeting and to assist in the development of their leadership, research, problem solving skills and critical thinking skills.