Steering the ship - how to prioritise the future-thinking role of the board during times of crisis

11:00 – 12:00
Cultural Governance Alliance

How to book

Booking information

Registration closes at 09:30 BST on 13th May - if you also need to sign up as a CGA Member before booking, please leave extra time for this.

*This webinar is exclusively for members of the Cultural Governance Alliance (CGA) - if you are not already a member, join us for FREE here.*

During times of crisis many of us are inevitably pulled into fire-fighting tasks and short-term operational work. No more so than in the times of Covid-19.

But what about the role of the Board as overseers, future-thinkers and longer-term strategists?

Here in the UK we are now a couple of months into the crisis period, and whilst the initial shock and ramifications are still being felt, the longer term ripple effects loom large...

Who its for

This webinar is for CGA Members wanting to explore how best to help their Board fulfil its role in prioritising oversight and longer term thinking as we navigate our way through the challenges presented by Covid-19.

The panelists

  • Keith Arrowsmith, Governance Associate at Clore Leadership and Trustee at CC Skills and the Children's Media Conference
  • Prue Skene CBE, Chair of Cardboard Citizens and Lead Governance Associate at Clore Leadership
  • Althea Efunshile CBE, Chair of Ballet Black
  • Louise Mitchell, Chief Executive at Bristol Music Trust
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