Could we make boards better?Author Prue Skene CBE
Prue Skene CBE, Lead Governance Associate at Clore Leadership, proposes that there might be a better way of doing things when it comes to models of governance.
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Dana Segal challenges us to consider the nuances of ‘youth engagement’ when it comes to governance, and sets out a series of ideas on how organisations can make engagement with younger people both meaningful and impactful.
Tate announced the appointment of 28-year-old Anna Lowe as the new Youth Engagement Trustee and the youngest serving Trustee of a national UK museum or gallery. Some of the youngest members of the Cause4 team discuss this position
Marsha Ramroop - Founder, Unheard Voice Consultancy - shares her thoughts on the challenge of ‘Achieving & Retaining a Diverse Board’ following Clore Leadership’s event of the same name.
Sue Woodford-Hollick OBE shares her own personal experiences as a trustee and Chair of numerous volunteer boards and as a director in the corporate sector.
CGA Members the Good Governance Institute have shared a call to action on safeguarding best practice following their recent event exploring the specific challenges of safeguarding in the arts.
Anna Lowe - Founder of Smartify, Trustee at Tate, and Forbes 30 Under 30 2019 - on what’s required of cultural boards in order to become more diverse, inclusive and representative of the people they serve.
A provocation on the topic of good governance, from the Governance Now conference, 13 November 2018.
Two new guides encouraging artists to “have a greater say” by becoming trustees or board members have just been published on a-n Resources.