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Board governance and relationship with staff
- 16 May 2012 to 16 May 2012
- Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness
- Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ
Part of a series of "Charity Talks" organised by the Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness. Keynote speakers are Susan Daniels, chief executive, National Deaf Children's Society and Jacqueline Williams, Principal Consultant and Visiting Fellow, Cass CCE. The role and importance of the charity board has been transformed in the last fifteen years, yet performance and relationships with the CEO and staff have not always followed with it. Susan Daniels is the CE of the National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS), which has grown substantially over the last ten years and has been a pioneer in mixing professionally qualified trustees and beneficiary representatives. She will describe the approach taken by the NDCS and the benefits and pitfalls of engaging with your board in this way. Two of her board of eleven have a particular interest in financial governance and she will look at their role and the role of the board as a whole, so important in these turbulent times. Jacqueline Williams of Cass Business School, will take this impressive example and lay out the various approaches boards may consider in delivering their responsibilities.
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