Charities depend on great Trustees. Always important; now getting critical. Might this be for you?
Join this Threshold Webinar to find out how to become a great Charity Trustee. Virtually all Charities are having to adapt to today’s unprecedented challenges, threats, needs – and opportunities. Huge demands on their services. Dramatic reductions in funds coming in. Stark need for precision and close attention to their management. But – paradoxically – more talented senior people are attracted to and available for this work. This might be you.
This WorkingFree Threshold Webinar will give you an insight into the Charity Sector and how as a Trustee you can make a real difference.
Threshold Webinar Agenda
- What is a Charity?
- What are Charity Trustees? What you need to be and what you need to know
- The Charity Trustee Market and the demand for and supply of Trustee opportunities
- Getting Charity Trustee appointments
- Where to find opportunities
- Time commitment
- Your back office
- Professional Development
- Reading List
About D’Arcy Myers
D’Arcy specialises in governance and trustee development in the Charity Sector. He is a highly experienced Third Sector specialist, operating at senior levels with Boards, Chief Executives, and senior managers. With twelve years of hands-on experience as a charity CEO, he has led a number of charities through change and development. He specialises in working with Boards and leadership teams often as an interim CEO to promote a productive governance culture and provide an essential understanding of financial management as key tools in delivering the changes that organisations need. D’Arcy has a wide knowledge of and experience in effective strategic development and change processes and excels in strategy and leadership development, mentoring, performance improvement, evaluation, significant organisational change and development. He is motivated by being able to unlock the potential of people and organisations so they can have a bigger social impact.
About Working Free
Working Free Ltd- www.WorkingFree.co.uk – is a specialist career advisory business supporting senior Director-level executives coming off the permanent payroll into an independent working lifestyle. Working Free coaches them from dependency into independency – for their own future; for the enlightened reputation of their sponsoring organisations and – increasingly – for the benefit of the community. Reflecting the level at which we operate, these senior executives will be in their 50s but with many in their 40s.
Working Free has a broad range of modular Workshops all aimed at senior people looking to now operate on an independent basis. We divide our services between Corporates through our Pathfinder Programme and Individuals through the same material but with more bespoke admin arrangements. Webinar delivery is becoming more popular now and we are all geared up for that. All our Programmes are designed to fit in with the Working Free website. Our preference is to deliver everything face to face – seeing the personal interactions as part of the leaning and networking process – but we are happy to configure to suit, particularly through our Threshold Webinar and Workshops Programme
About Devonshire House
Established about forty years ago, Devonshire House – www.DevonshireHouseNetwork.co.uk – is a people-focused membership club for Director-level professionals in leadership roles who have an instinctive focus on the human side of Enterprise. Their aim is to create for their members thinking time and space for key business issues, and where people make the difference. Devonshire House runs about ten main Events each year – a mix of formal dinners, buffets, Directors Forums, Panel Debates, Panel Discussions – and some other specialist one-offs.
At Devonshire House, the Events we promote always aim to reflect the best of current management thinking and – at our best – at issues that need a good airing – some serious exposure – and some animated debate! All of this collaboration gets us closer to some fascinating organisations and people………………… such as Working Free.