New Chairs briefing session


This event is now fully booked. If you would like to be added to our waiting list please email us at events@associationofchairs.org.uk
Wednesday 19 July 2017. 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Birmingham

This workshop is  aimed at Chairs who are new in post or about to take up the post.

The focus is on the role in practice, for example looking at preparing and chairing board meetings, working with your CEO/lead officer, as well as building a collaborative and effective governing body.

The session will also explore the leadership skills and knowledge that will make you the most effective Chair you can become – and the support that you might need.

The emphasis will be on the strengths you bring, as well as the ‘gaps’ you want to fill. And we will offer some tips that might be useful in your particular setting.

Feedback from our first New Chairs’ Briefing:

It was a God-send that the AoC happened to be running the New Chairs Briefing the week after I officially took up a new Chairing role. I have already attended two AoC events and both have been extremely helpful, so much so that I became a member after the first one! The New Chairs Briefing provided useful content, helpful sign-posting, and good networking with others who are facing the same issues.

Jo Jowett  Chair European Christian Mission (Britain)

Outcomes
By the end of this programme, participants will have:
• covered the basics regarding the legal duties of their board
• explored approaches to their management of the role
• had an opportunity to network with other Chairs
• considered priorities for their own development and support.

The event is free to members who also have priority booking. Non members are welcome to attend at a cost of £40.

Attendance at this event could count towards your continuing professional development. Let us know if you need evidence of attendance.

 

Venue Anthony Collins Solicitors
134 Edmund St
Birmingham

B3 2ES
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Date/Time Wednesday 19 July 2017
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Birmingham

Bookings Bookings are now closed for this past event