CTA-PAKISTAN™ is governed by its Executive Council, which ensures that we deliver CTA-PAKISTAN™’s objectives as outlined according to our Charter. It also decides on CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s strategic policy objectives, monitors our performance in relation to them and oversees our annual budget.
The Council is responsible for all the matters set out in the Charter and byelaws. The Council manages the Institute’s business including oversight of the Divisional Committees, and setting and maintaining the qualification standard required for being a member.
It is composed of up to Chairman/ President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary and the Executive Members.
The Role of Executive Council:
Executive Council is CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s primary governance body. Council members are volunteer custodians, elected from, and by, CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s membership, to provide overall stewardship as to CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s wellbeing.
What do the Executive Council members do?
Executive Council members act on behalf of the whole CTA-PAKISTAN™® membership and are responsible for ensuring that CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s development continues in line with its stated mission and values.
By doing this, Council has an important public value role, being ultimately responsible for safeguarding CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s reputation, image and brand to ensure that these are protected and improved for the benefit of our members and future members, their clients, employers and the public at large.
Executive Council responsibilities:
CTA-PAKISTAN™ Executive Council has a wide ranging remit that includes:
Ensuring that CTA-PAKISTAN™ operates in the public interest and delivers the objectives stated in ou Charter
Setting the overall direction of CTA-PAKISTAN™ through regular approval of CTA-PAKISTAN™ strategy
Engaging with CTA-PAKISTAN™® members to explain and promote CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s strategic direction
Providing an objective environment for the executive team to explore new ideas or challenges.
Executive Council and the executive team collaborate in order to devise CTA-PAKISTAN™‘s strategy which is then approved by Council. Delivery of strategy is the responsibility of the executive team, with governance of the process and performance management provided by Council.