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In our final round-up of 2022, senior consultancy and training manager Dan Francis reflects on how the events of the last year have shaped charity governance.
2022 has been another busy year. Both domestic and world events have shaped how charities are governed. Charities and their trustees have had to navigate challenging economic times and respond quickly to the changing environment.
In my final round-up of the year I thought I’d take a moment to reflect on some of issues we have covered in this blog over the past 12 months.
We run regular online trustee inductions and refresher courses over two half-days. We’re also offering brand new courses on:
We’ve launched an eLearning module for trustees. This offers trustees a low-cost introduction to their roles.
We hold regular member assembly and welcome events.
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