A real understanding of Technology, Social Media, Campaigning and CoCreation is the in-demand skill needed to help create and support the charities of tomorrow, today. But organisations are struggling to find and retain trustees who can bring those skills to effective governance.
Study | Good Governance Institute
Interview | Clore Leadership
Guidance | The Charity Commission
The Charity Commission requires charities to report serious incidents. This guidance helps charity trustees identify serious incidents. It also explains how to report them and what to report.
Guidance | Association of Chairs
The best strategy to avoiding problems is being aware of how things could go wrong, taking steps to avoid issues and knowing what steps you would take if something did happen. Awareness and prevention are better than a cure. The AoC provides some useful resources for charity boards you can use.
Guidance | Charity Commission