Issue 20: Developing the board

The aim of this issue is to highlight ways in which the boards can be more effective and how to recruit so that there is a range of skills and points of view that will better represent the stakeholders of your charity.

Issue 20: Developing the board

The aim of this issue is to highlight ways in which the boards can be more effective and how to recruit so that there is a range of skills and points of view that will better represent the stakeholders of your charity.
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The aim of this issue is to highlight ways in which the boards can be more effective and how to recruit so that there is a range of skills and points of view that will better represent the stakeholders of your charity.

What’s in this issue?

Bernice Rook from Eastside People shares how to recruit diverse trustees and help them make a difference.

How to recruit diverse trustees and help them to make a difference – Charities Network Magazine
Bernice Rook from Eastside People shares how to recruit diverse trustees and help them to make a difference.
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In practice: What Z-arts learnt from piloting a chair development programme.

Z-arts: Piloting a board development programme to increase leadership diversity – Charities Network Magazine
We interviewed Z-arts, a young people’s arts centre in Manchester, on the key learnings from their pilot board development programme.
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In practice: The benefits of a diverse board, from our interview with the CEO of Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

Reshaping culture, income generation and service provision: Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice – Charities Network Magazine
An example of shaping culture, recruiting a diverse board, trying new income generation campaigns and creating services that fill gaps in the system.
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Other reads from around the web

Great governance: the key to a successful awarding organisation

▶ Charity Job on “How to work out what you need on your trustee board”

Charity Chats: does charity size matter as far as effectiveness is concerned?

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