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Improving your practice in governance

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Ensuring your board is effective, efficient, informed, and understands the external factors affecting your organisation.

Trustee recruitment and induction

What you need to consider when you are recruiting for positions on the board.

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Board effectiveness

Are you getting the most from your board? Do you organise yourselves effectively and do the processes you use help or hinder?

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Governance reviews

How and why organisations should conduct governance reviews.

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Governing documents

Why you should review your governing documents and how to go about changing them.

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Trustee disputes

A trustee board makes decisions collectively and disagreement and healthy debate are part of good decision making process. But this can also create serious conflict.

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Trustee diversity

Ensuring diversity on the board is a prevalent challenge for charities. Learn why you should maintain and increase diversity and how to go about it.

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