About This Client Training
Tuesday 3 October 2023 | 09:00 - 13:00
A good Board can make a massive difference to an organisation. In an increasingly challenging and changing environment, good governance and effective Boards have never been more important. Understanding your role as an individual Board Member and how you can contribute most effectively will enable your Board to lead from the front, drive strategy and growth and identify and minimise risk.
Aimed at newly appointed Board Members or those seeking a bit of a refresher, this more practical session will cover the following:
- understanding your organisation’s legal structure and constitution;
- Board Member duties and responsibilities;
- managing conflicts of interest;
- effective decision making and collective responsibility;
- delegation and powers of attorney;
- role of the Board, Committees and Chair; and
- impactful Board meeting participation.
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Location: Seminar Room, Shakespeare Martineau, No 1 Colmore Square, Birmingham.
Key Topics Covered
Understanding your role
Driving strategy and growth
Who Should Attend
Aimed at Housing Association Boards, great for newly appointed Board Members as part of their induction training along with Board Members wanting a bit of a refresher. Also useful for executive officers who attend Board Meetings.
How We Can Help
Navigating the complex landscape of providing housing that benefits both residents and landlords presents a significant challenge. With a team of experts possessing extensive knowledge in social housing, residential and commercial development, planning and construction, as well as expertise in housing management, employment, finance, funding, corporate, and commercial law, we are committed to assembling a dedicated advisory team for you. Our goal is to support you in achieving your objectives and addressing the current supply shortage.
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