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close this bookTraining for Elected Leadership - The Councillor as Overseer (HABITAT, 1994, 16 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentForeword
View the documentHow to use this handbook
close this folderPart I. Essay on the councillor as overseer
View the documentDefinition
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View the documentReflection
View the documentConcepts and ideas
View the documentGeneral benchmarks and targets
View the documentOverseeing policy development
View the documentOverseeing implementing
View the documentOnce implementation is underway
View the documentKey points
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close this folderPart II. Workshop on the councillor as overseer
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View the document9.1 Warm-up exercise: the overseer role
View the document9.2 Trainer presentation
View the document9.3 Exercise: the council overseer's checklist
View the document9.4 Case Study: the market that never was
View the document9.5 Exercise: programme evaluation
View the document9.6 Skill transfer exercise


The councillor, in the role of OVERSEER, ensures that the council and staff are doing the right things and doing things right through such activities as monitoring and evaluating policies, programmes, and services.1