Discussion with the Members' Council18 June
The Members' Council holds discussions with a small group of members every two weeks. After all: a strong cooperative is all about proper dialogue.
Let us know what's bothering you. Where you see opportunities. Ask your questions. As the Members' Council, we want to find out what's on members' minds. We can then, in turn, fulfil our advisory and reporting role towards the Management Board properly. We would also like to provide an update that we, as the Members' Council, are developing.
Sign up for Discussion with the Members' Council, by sending an email to email@example.com.
These discussions are 'closed' discussions, for Royal FloraHolland members only. There is space for a maximum of 20 members. The discussion is on 18 June 2021 at 10 am. Language: English.
If you have any question or message for the Members' Council, please send this to: firstname.lastname@example.org
What does the Members' Council do?
Since starting out in 2019, the Members' Council has involved members in major decisions and policy development from the outset. The Members' Council is an important sounding board for the Royal FloraHolland Management Board. The Members' Council checks the policy's vision, strategy and achievement against growers' everyday reality, bringing issues 'from the garden' up for discussion. This allows the company to make better choices, and to come up with solutions in the members' interest. This can also provide growers real added value.
The Members' Council is responsible for proper dialogue between members, the Members' Council and the company. In order to fulfil the advisory and reporting role, the Members' Council needs to know what issues are on members' minds. Members' experiences and identifying issues are among the topics discussed at member sessions, which are then brought up in discussions with the Management Board.