Leading boardroom change - Leeds

This session is a must for those wishing to support their board to change the structure, processes, mind-sets and behaviours, and is aimed at CEOs working with their board to effect change.

An effective modern board does a lot more than ‘tick the box’ of governance. It really adds value to the charity’s performance. Developing a truly effective board team takes planning, time and focus. It’s a continual journey, rather than a one-off event. This session is a must for those wishing to support their board to change the structure, processes, mind-sets and behaviours, and is aimed at CEOs working with their board to effect change.

The workshop will consider:

  • How can the new Charity Governance Code help us? What guidance does it give?
  • What does a really effective board look like and feel like? What does it do?
  • What’s the current position, and what needs to change?
  • What other resources can we access to support the development process?
  • What are our next steps in the board effectiveness journey?
  • What are the challenges of change? How can they be overcome?
  • Action planning for boardroom change

By the end of the day you will have:

  • Clarity about the meaning of ‘board effectiveness’ 
  • Practical tools to support conversations about boardroom change
  • Confidence to begin the process and engage your chair and trustees

Who should attend?

This workshop is for chief executives, chairs and vice chairs, company secretaries, and anyone else supporting a charity board.

"It was a well-thought through day with the right amount of interaction v content and related back to the objectives set. Joy is obviously an experienced professional, able to pull from those experiences to give depth and breadth to the topic." Deborah Paniagua, chief executive, Age UK Hertfordshire

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