2016 Seminar Recordings
2016 AGM Materials
General Session Presentations
BC Hockey AGM Presentations Overview
2015 BC Hockey Annual General Meeting Materials
2015 General Session
OPTIMIZING STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES AND BEST PRACTICES FOR ASSOCIATIONS
Following a keynote presentation by Thompson Rivers University Athletic Director, Ken Olynyk, delegates will be lead through a workshop by Tracey Lorenson of Paragon Strategic.
The workshop will focus on the needs of local organizations and the ways BC Hockey might enhance services to meet these needs. By examining what our organizations currently do well and the other things that require attention we can collectively build a plan towards a better product.
This workshop will be an excellent opportunity for association executives to play a role in designing a cooperative approach toward the future. It will give executives an opportunity to discuss initiatives with their peers in a learning sharing atmosphere.
ABOUT TRACEY LORENSON
Tracey Lorenson (BC, LL.B, CHRP, C Dir.) joined Paragon Strategic in 2006. She has been working with a diverse range of clients facilitating both departmental business and strategic planning sessions, including stakeholder consultation and assisting with developing action plans to assist managers in the execution of strategy.
2015 BC Hockey Seminars
2014 BC Hockey Annual General Meeting
2013-2014 BC Hockey Year in Review
Pictures from the 2014 BC Hockey AGM are posted on the BC Hockey Facebook page.
Videos from the 2014 BC Hockey Awards Banquet are posted on the BC Hockey YouTube page.
2014 General Sessions Presentations
2014 AGM Meeting Material
2013 AGM Presentations
2013 AGM Meeting Material
About the AGM
The Annual General Meeting of BC Hockey is, as the name suggests, the main annual meeting of the members of BC Hockey. It is held Friday to Sunday, normally the fourth weekend in June. It is the only regularly scheduled meeting when the BC Hockey Executive Committee and its constituent committees (minor, junior, male senior / recreational, female senior / recreational) meet simultaneously.
To create the best possible business, interactive and social environment for BC Hockey members as they meet to serve six (6) primary purposes:
- to review the completed season
- to establish rules, regulations, bylaws, policy and budget directions for the coming seasons
- to elect the BC Hockey Executive Committee for the coming year
- to celebrate those gaining Championship status as well as those awarded for outstanding service
- to allow an opportunity to educate and train volunteers for the coming season
- to create a sense of pride in their accomplishments and the organization
The AGM builds a dynamic organization that melds Hockey Canada decisions with BC Hockey Branch decisions into the organization’s strategic plan giving operational direction to the membership.