San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Working Together - Collaboration with Partners
Led by Shirley Otto, Governance Expert
Audience: Chief Officers (CO), Chairs and Trustees (CO/Trustees are encouraged to attend in pairs)
The importance of good governance for third sector organisations cannot be underestimated. Both new and experienced board members continue to express their desire for on-going support. This series of seminars aims to help trustees, and those who work closely with them, understand and carry out their governance responsibilities and to develop their capacity to make decisions and provide leadership in challenging times.
The outputs and benefits of the seminars will be:
- Discussion stimulated by participant experience in light of recent research
- Identification of available resources and good practice guides, with discussion about how they apply in various trustee roles
- Encouraging greater awareness and debate about governance and its significance for the voluntary and community sectors in Scotland
Although the seminars are on a complementary theme, they can be taken as stand-alone events.
Good Governance 4: Working Together - Collaboration with Partners
24th Oct 16.00 - 20.00, Edinburgh
A Board working together as a group or team is essential to modern governance, as is the Board’s capacity for accountability across the organisation’s partners. However, the demands on Board members and the potential for conflicts of interest are often problematic. This seminar examines the issues, explores current practice and provides tips and techniques to strengthen Board effectiveness.
These seminars are aimed at third sector Chief Officers, Chairs and Trustees. Please invite your organisation’s Trustees.
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