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There are over 168,000 registered charities in the UK. If each of those charities has three trustees (the minimum number) and if those trustees rotate every three years (as recommended by the Charity Commission) then close to 500,000 trustees need to be recruited on an ongoing basis!

The role of the Trustee Board is critical to the effective governance of a charity. A cohesive well-run Board enables the charity to function well and maximise its resources and operations.

Find out:

  • What are the secrets of successful trustee recruitment?
  • How can a disparate body of people be woven together into a cohesive, governing unit?
  • How does a charity provide for its future and how can all this be achieved in a way that makes serving as a trustee a rewarding and positive experience?

What You Will Learn

This live and interactive session will cover the following:

  • What precedes successful trustee recruitment?
  • How to spot the able candidates you may not wish to recruit
  • The practicalities of growing your own trustees
  • The principles of trustee mentoring
  • What trustees should do and what they must not do
  • How to make planning for future succession the Board’s number two priority
  • How to achieve the above in a way that makes trusteeship more of an honour and less of a burden

Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.

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Learn Live | 04.06.2021

N/A | 11:30am - 12:30pm

Recruiting Trustees - Board Success & Succession Planning for Charities

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11:30am - 12:30pm

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Discounts are available for multiple places. If you have 4 or more people interested in participating in this virtual learning session please email us at information@mblseminars.com for more information.

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