NCVO/BWB Trustee Conference 2016: Governance in the spotlight
Join colleagues from across the sector at the leading annual event for charity trustees.
|Date||7 November 2016|
|Location||The Brewery, London|
The spotlight is on charities and their governance and it’s never been more important to ensure you understand your responsibilities. With increased scrutiny of charities, we must show that we are willing to discuss and consider the issues and how we, as a sector can move forward. We need to be open and transparent about our governance so that we gain trust and lead our organisations effectively.
Whether you are a new trustee or have years of experience in the role, it is crucial that you are up to date with the latest developments in governance. Join over 400 colleagues from across the sector at the leading annual event for charity trustees.
Kick start your day with Paula Sussex, Chief Executive of the Charity Commission. Hear about the latest regulatory updates and what they mean for you.
Get a crucial update on what the latest in governance legislation means for your organisation and what you need to consider, from Philip Kirkpatrick, Partner, BWB.
A varied and detailed programme will ensure you come away with practical tools and guidance to help you to be a more effective trustee.
Develop your skills and knowledge in our range of 12 expert-led workshops on topics including funding, impact and leadership.
Get tailored expert advice on a specific topic in 1-2-1 sessions.
Learn from your peers and share your challenges and successes in networking opportunities throughout the day.
Who should attend?
Trustees, chairs, honorary treasurers, chief executives and anyone who works with a governance board will find the day particularly beneficial.
|NCVO members (standard rate)||£206||£310|
|Non-members (standard rate)||£294||£443|
If you book more than two places, the third and any subsequent bookings receive our 10% multiple booking discount, in addition to any early bird or membership discounts.
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