We’re proud of our efforts to contribute to thinking around governance effectiveness.
Find back copies our eBulletin The Effective Board here – along with our other thought pieces on risk, assurance and culture.

The Effective Board: Chair role and skills

Last month’s bulletin looked at how good Chairs run their meetings.  But, of course, being Chair of the Board is not only about what happens in the boardroom: being a good leader of meetings is important, but that alone doesn’t make you a good Chair.  Through our board reviews, we see and hear a lot about what works well and not so well.  So this month, we thought we’d share some more of our thinking, this time looking more widely at the job of the Chair outside the boardroom.


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Helping you get it right

For us, good governance is about good performance.

Yes, compliance matters.  But our work is about helping you make sure your organisation…is led effectively by a board that adds value…is kept under control through risk management and assurance frameworks that meet your needs…and is “doing the right thing”.