Good governance – what does it look like, and how to achieve it

23 Jun 2022


60 minutes

Are you a Trustee or a Non-Executive Director of a Charity, and are unsure of what is expected of you in that role? Or are you a member of a Senior Management Team within a charity, and are unsure of your reporting obligations to the Board? If you fall into either category, this is the webinar for you! Join Darwin Gray’s Fflur Jones for a whistle-stop tour of Trustees’ obligations in accordance with charity law, and also the duties of non-exec directors of companies limited by guarantee. Explore with us the importance of your charity / organisation’s governance documents, and how to rely and interpret them. Finally, we will explore the distinction between the duties of organisations’ executive teams, including their reporting obligations to the board, and the importance of Boards in defining and endorsing organisations’ overall strategies for the future.

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Darwin Gray
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23 Jun 2022
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