Trustee Competencies – A Quick Guide


Guest Blog – David Lale, Chairman of Charity People Group (Charity People, Career Volunteer & Charity Leaders) All charities are different and therefore no two trustee boards can be expected to share similar competences among … Read More

The Annual – The Charity Sector in 2016

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The Charity Sector in 2016 published by Charity People, Career Volunteer and Charity Leaders is an annual collection of predictions by pre-eminent figures from the charity sector that identifies and explores the issues that will … Read More

Trustee Fellowship – Who needs it anyway?


Being a trustee is one of the most important roles in society. With the increasing involvement of the charity sector in providing public services, these organisations play a bigger part than ever in our everyday … Read More

Good Governance: Safer or Better?

Good Governance: Safer or Better?

Recent high profile press coverage has, once again, shone a light on governance in the voluntary sector. While the specific details of each case differs, the reaction of trustees and chairs will inevitably focus on … Read More

Getting the best from new Trustees


Each year, many charities seek to strengthen their boards with the appointment of new trustees. Creating a high performing board is the aim, but latest research indicates that 75% of new trustees leave the board … Read More