11—President's functions generally
(1) The President of the Tribunal has the functions conferred on the President under this Act or any other Act.
(2) The functions of the President include—
(a) participating as a member of the Tribunal; and
(b) having primary responsibility for the administration of the Tribunal; and
(c) managing the business of the Tribunal, including by ensuring that the Tribunal operates efficiently and effectively and continually improves the way in which it carries out its functions; and
(d) providing leadership and guidance to the Tribunal and engendering cohesiveness and collaboration amongst the members and staff of the Tribunal; and
(e) giving directions about the practices and procedures to be followed by the Tribunal; and
(f) developing and implementing performance standards and setting benchmarks for the Tribunal; and
(g) being responsible for promoting the training, education and professional development of members of the Tribunal; and
(h) overseeing the proper use of the resources of the Tribunal; and
(i) providing advice about—
(i) the membership of the Tribunal; and
(ii) the operations and activities of the Tribunal.
(3) The President may do all things necessary or convenient to be done in the performance of the President's functions.
(4) In the performance of the President's functions, the President is not subject to direction or control by the Minister.