Guidance | Rosie Chapman, Rosalind Oakley
This briefing looks at the Chair’s role in helping the board to navigate risk. Charities face a multitude of risks, that could derail you from achieving your charity’s aims. The challenge for Chairs is to ensure that your board understands and successfully navigates risks and seizes opportunities, without getting bogged down in details or being excessively cautious. This briefing explores how as Chair, you can help your board take a strategic approach.
Study | Nasdaq
In today’s dynamic and fast-moving workplace, the board plays an important role in risk management and establishing an effective risk culture. Published: August 2015.
Blog post | David Jubb
Guidance | Charity Finance Group and Sayer Vincent LLP
Guidance | Vicky Long
Guidance | Association of Chairs
Chairs have a key role in ensuring the charity complies with the law which can feel daunting. The law is complex, wide-ranging, and changeable. Legal advice is typically expensive, may slow things down and can feel like a block to action. But a breach of the law can have serious consequences for the charity, and sometimes for the trustees personally. This briefing helps you understand the issues and find a workable approach.