Becky Hill explains how spinal cord injury charity the Back-Up Trust went about recruiting new members to its board of trustees.
A governance review at St Peter’s Hospice resulted in ten significant changes, explains Simon Caraffi.
David Ainsworth visited Brixton Prison to eat at the Clink Charity’s restaurant and ﬁnd out what has made it so successful.
Animal Free Research UK co-chief executive Emma Wrafter explains how pooling resources with other charities has boosted awareness and income.
Children’s charity KIDS recently joined the British Quality Foundation, the membership organisation that promotes organisational excellence and performance improvement. Chief executive Caroline Stevens explains why.
So, you’re acutely aware that your board composition is too white/male/old/long-serving/ineffectual (delete as applicable and feel free to add other adjectives), and you’re convinced that change is needed. What next? How do you go about getting a diverse board? Tania Mason offers some advice.
Leadership development is not the dark art that many perceive it to be, says Shaks Ghosh. It’s simply about learning key skills and behaviours and deploying them at the right time.
Interserve gets personal with its donors, attempting to personally visit all who give more than £200. Alastair McIver invites a cultural shift in the way we treat supporters.
Ryan Campbell and Paul Farmer of Mind discuss the challenges of maintaining a diverse committee.