The recent fortunes of the House of Fraser and Debenhams highlight the importance of utilising new technologies and having a healthy digital presence.
Looking to achieve a talented and high performing board with diversity of style that works?
How can you create a supportive climate that achieves the best results, leads to increased clarity, better communication, more effective decision making, and better meetings?
On 1 August 2018, the rules about automatic disqualification for trustees are changing to extend the scope of who can be disqualified from running a charity.
At least once a year it helps to stand back and ask the question is our governance fit for purpose? What are we doing well? What should we continue doing? What should we stop doing?
The recent BoardSource Leadership Conference explored strategies for healthy governance.
In the wake of the new welcome package from the Charity Commission for England & Wales, Onboard has launched a dedicated support programme for small charities.
Significantly a new principle in the charity Governance Code stipulates that the board’s approach to diversity should support effectiveness.
The Charity Commission has published ground-breaking research into awareness and effectiveness of trusteeship in England and Wales.
In light of the recommendation in the Taken on Trust report (2017) that ‘all key stakeholders in the charity sector should review and enhance their advice, support and communications to reflect and draw upon developments in digital technology', we offer the following tips:
The Charity & Social Enterprise team are pleased to announce their Spring 2017 Update.
A consultation process for the launch of the charity sector governance code, launched at the start of Trustees Week 2016, sees new and more detailed guidance included in the code, with an enhanced focus on delivering organisational purpose and direction. The consultation runs until Friday 3 February 2017. Those with an interest in charity governance are being asked to feed back their views on the code.