Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership. This week a reminder about our next upcoming training sessions as well as some challenging and thought provoking articles for all trustees to consider.
The Governance Blog is of relevance to Trustees of charities, committee members of other Vol Coms, or to anyone interested in leadership and governance of organisations. The blog is written by Karl Elliott. Don’t forget you can follow this specific blog via RSS feed here.
If you are new to the role of being a Trustee then our “Induction and Refresher Training” session is a great way for you to understand your role and your responsibilities. Even if you’ve been a trustee for a while now, the course can also be a great refresher. Our next session is on 23rd September, so read on for full details.
Ar article originally published in issue 02 of the monthly VANEL e-newsletter about governance, trusteeship and leadership – “The View from the Top”. Article explores 4 important “D’s” that charity leaders, boards and committees should keep en eye on…
If you are a Trustee or Committee Member or interested in governance or trusteeship, then we hope you’ll come and get involved with us during National Trustees’ Week (2-8 Nov), especially in our “Trustee Network” afternoon on the 3rd Nov. Read on for more details of all the activities we’re planning for that week.
The first week in November is National Trustees’ Week. And to coincide, VANEL will be holding some events in Grimsby that week (2nd – 8th November). If you are a charity Trustee or thinking of becoming one, or you are a committee member of a community group, then we’d like to hear from you and hopefully see how we can help you during Trustees’ Week. Read on…
Calling all trustees, committee members or those interested in governance, trusteeship and non-profit leadership. Come along to our next informal “Tea and Trustees” session on Fri 25th Sept, 9.30-11.30am at Grimsby Minster cafe. Read on for more details.
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