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The relationship between charity, charities and the general public

The relationship between charity, charities and the general public

19 June 2020

Earlier this week, the Charity Commission published its report on ‘Regulating in the public interest - The relationship between Charity, charities and the general public’. Read more

How accurate are spreadsheets as a tool for effective governance?

How accurate are spreadsheets as a tool for effective governance?

17 June 2020

According to research from Deloitte, nearly a quarter of all spreadsheets contain errors, meaning boards are potentially exposing their companies to financial and reputational damage. Read more

Virtual company meetings: are they here to stay?

Virtual company meetings: are they here to stay?

15 June 2020

Attending a recent webinar from The Chartered Governance Institute on the topic of holding virtual AGMs, where practitioners shared their experience of rearranging large-scale AGMs, it was evident that companies are finding effective solutions. Read more

Key governance challenges for academy governance during COVID-19 – Part 3

Key governance challenges for academy governance during COVID-19 – Part 3

12 June 2020

The article is the third in a series of four blog posts on academy governance during COVID-19 published throughout May and June. Read more

Power and influence with your board

Power and influence with your board

10 June 2020

Warren Bennis, the legendary management guru’s description of power as ‘The ability to convert vision into reality’ is a good place to start when thinking about how to up your power and influence with the board. Read more

Three potential roadblocks to remote team success

Three potential roadblocks to remote team success

08 June 2020

As working remotely begins to feel more normal, you may start to notice specific challenges effectively blocking the successful functioning of your team. Read more

Learning the lessons

Learning the lessons

05 June 2020

With the UK government’s five tests for easing lockdown having been met, June will be a busy month for reopenings with many schools and nurseries already open and non-essential retail businesses due to reopen on 15 June. Read more

Recruiting company secretaries and governance professionals during COVID-19

Recruiting company secretaries and governance professionals during COVID-19

01 June 2020

Despite the slight ease of lockdown measures, the return to the office and face-to-face interview processes still seems distant. Read more

Tips for leading remotely

Tips for leading remotely

29 May 2020

Whether it's a global pandemic or a regular change, the role of a leader remains the same. Read more

Exiting lockdown with a stronger board

Exiting lockdown with a stronger board

26 May 2020

With important ethical dilemmas needing to be resolved in the coming days and weeks, determining the best way to ease the lockdown will require boards to strengthen their ability to make good decisions. Read more

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