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Harnessing risk and embracing opportunity

Exploring how considered risk taking can bring opportunities through new ways of working, partnering, fundraising or even a new strategy.
When Mar 18, 2019
from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where Clothworkers' Hall, Dunster Court, Mincing Lane, London, EC3R 7AH
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Contact Phone 02076204862
Attendees charity trustees
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Trustees are responsible for managing a charity’s risks. But considered risk taking, when well managed and in keeping with a charity’s values, can present an opportunity and lead to a charity achieving more for its beneficiaries.
This seminar run in partnership with The Clothworker’s Company, will:

  • Explore how considered risk taking can bring opportunities through new ways of working, partnering, fundraising or even a new strategy.
  • Examine examples of considered risk taking from trustees.
  • Discuss the barriers and opportunities for trustees to harness risk and embrace opportunity.

Charity governance awards

If you are interested in this event you will be interested in the following videos of previous winners of the Charity Governance Awards: https://www.charitygovernanceawards.co.uk/2018-winners-videos/

The awards reopen for applications in October so do look out for them.

Other events in the series

What impact data should trustees be using in decision making?, 19th November 2018

How embracing digital can transform your charity, 14th January 2019

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