Resources tagged with "board"
Contact has avoided having to ask whether its work is diverse enough by putting diversity at the root of decision-making. Matt Fenton and Reece Williams share Contact's story.By Matt Fenton, Reece WilliamsPublished:2017 Type: case-study
Caroline McCormick explores definitions of charity and gives her top tips to help boards see arts and culture as a worthy cause.By Achates PhilanthropyPublished:2016 Type: article
Trustees of arts boards should be playing a significant part in supporting fundraising activities, according to Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett, Chair of Cause4. In this article, Sir Thomas explores the ways in which arts and cultural organisations can support their trustees to think about their leadership role in supporting fundraising. He suggests several key themes to help take the fear out of fundraising for trustees.Published:2014 Type: article
This AMA conference 2014 session led by Graeme Williamson, a freelance fundraising consultant who previously worked at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), discusses how to engage boards, trustees and executive teams to give input to and provide support for your fundraising strategy. Using his experience at the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), where he worked with the board and executive team to raise £113 million to transform the RSC theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon, Graeme looks at the process of engaging boards and senior team within your fundraising strategy.Published:2014 Type: case-study
If you work for an organisation that’s registered as a company, has charitable status (or both), then you’ll have a board of trustees that plays a greater or lesser part in influencing your work. Rick Bond looks at how to improve your relationship with the board.Published:2013 Type: guide-toolkit
This report looks at issues around governance in the arts. Why think about governance in the not-for-profit cultural sector? The governors of an organisation, whether they go by the name of trustees, directors or non-executive directors, are in a position of trust. They have a duty towards the organisation's objectives and its provision of public benefit. They also have duties of care to donors, funders from the Arts Council, National Lottery to Trusts or even shareholders and the employees of a firm.Published:2013 Type: article
The focus of this piece looks beyond the legal or financial requirements of an organisation's Board at how you can involve them more fully across the marketing function. How do present information to them? How can you engage them more deeply in what you're doing? And how can you bring the needs and aspirations of your audiences to the forefront of discussions? With clear ideas on how you can make your relationship with your Board more productive.Published:2013 Type: case-study