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Developing leadership

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AM5 presentation from NCVO / BWB Trustee Conference 2013. …

AM5 presentation from NCVO / BWB Trustee Conference 2013.
Donald Ritchie, Chair: Consultant, NCVO Speakers: Dame Mary Marsh, Clore Leadership Programme Richard Piper, Chief Executive, Roald Dahl Charity

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  • 1. AM5: Developing leadership Donald Ritchie, Chair: Consultant, NCVO Speakers: Dame Mary Marsh, Clore Leadership Programme Richard Piper, Chief Executive, Roald Dahl Charity
  • 2. A Framework for Social Leadership
  • 3. Developing leadership - some top tips for Trustees 1. Be clear about your values and the behaviours they imply for the conduct of your Board 2. As a member of the Board collectively, and as Chair in particular, provide role models of leadership consistent with your values 3. Include a final item of reflection at each Board meeting and build continuous improvement from this 4. Demonstrate leadership through regular board reviews, Trustee appraisals including the Chair, engaging with senior managers in doing this 5. Adopt the Good Governance Code as your framework for the reviews 6. Prioritise the development of a strong relationship of constructive challenge between the Chair and Chief Executive 7. Ensure that funding for leadership development is a priority in any allocation of resources to staff development eg skills development in coaching and mentoring with a requirement for all managers to mentor and use coaching as part of line management 8. Refresh the approach to induction of new Trustees and include mentoring 9. Review emerging as well as known risks and develop your risk appetite 10. Look after yourself and your own resilience
  • 4. Thank you

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