Developing an Effective Board Team – Pilot Live Webinar


Thursday 19 September 2019. 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Webinar

 

Haven’t had time to attend one of our workshops?  Would like a refresher?  This pilot webinar covers the core content covered in the Beacon Programme’s ‘Developing an Effective Board’ workshop.

As Chair, your role includes enabling your board to work well together and supporting your trustees to resolve any conflict.  This might mean having difficult conversations with one or more of your trustees to confront problematic behaviours.

This pilot live webinar aims to provide you with practical guidance and tools to help you develop the board as a team and give you the confidence to deal with any conflict at an early stage.  This workshop has been developed with the complexities of chairing a smaller organisation in mind (with an annual income of under £1 million); such as working with a smaller number of trustees and individuals often having both operational and governance roles.  You will have the opportunity to share learning and sources of support with Chairs of other smaller organisations.

Outcomes

By the end of the webinar you will:

  • Enable your board to work well together
  • Manage conflict and support difficult conversations
  • Gain insights and top tips from other Chairs of smaller organisations

If you are also interested in learning how to recruit and work one-to-one with trustees and senior staff, we recommend that you book onto one of our upcoming ‘Managing Relationships and Board Dynamics’ webinars.

Details

This is a pilot webinar, we therefore reserve the right to amend the content. Your feedback will be required at the end of the session.

 

Bookings are not yet open

This pilot webinar will only be open to those who have registered with the Beacon ProgrammeThe programme is aimed at Chairs and Vice Chairs of smaller charities in England with an annual income of under £1 million. Please join the programme so you can make a booking for this webinar.


Venue


Date/Time
Thursday 19 September 2019
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm Webinar
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