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How to diversify your charity board

This free one hour session will give you an introduction into how to diversify your charity board.

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How to diversify your charity board
How to diversify your charity board

Time & Location

14 Mar 2024, 12:00 – 13:00

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About the Event

This session is part of our Trustee Learning Programme, providing free and high-quality training to support people to become and serve as effective trustees.

This free one hour session will give you an introduction into how to diversify your charity board. It will be a whistle stop tour of all the things you need to do - with our free best practice guide available to you to help you every step of the way.

This session will get you to think differently about how you approach your recruitment to try and attract diverse trustees.

This webinar is kindly supported by the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder, City Bridge Trust.

A bout the session
  • The session is free to attend with an option to make a donation of your choice in checkout, starting from a minimum of a £1 donation.
  • The session will take place on Zoom. The joining link will be sent in the Eventbrite confirmation email. You will also receive email reminders from Eventbrite 2 days, 2 hours and 10 minutes before the session starts. These reminders will also include the joining link.
  • T he session will be recorded and be later uploaded to our YouTube channel. We're so pleased as to how popular our sessions have been, many have sold out. Please only book a ticket if you intend to join the session live. We'd totally recommend subscribing to our YouTube channel so you can be kept up to date with all the new uploads.
  • I f the session uses slides, we will send these to all who have booked a ticket following the session. Our panel sessions don't use slides. If having the slides prior to the session will make it more accessible for you, please email info@gettingonboard.org and we will gladly send them to you.
  • A s an attendee, you can enable closed captions during the session. For panels, we 'spotlight' panelists so the view stays consistently on those speaking. If you have booked a ticket, please contact info@gettingonboard.org if there are other adjustments we can make to the session to make it accessible to you.
  • Getting on Board's sessions are specifically for trustees of charities registered in England and Wales, although many of the principles of effective, inclusive trusteeship are broadly the same wherever trustees are based. Trustees of charities in Scotland and Northern Ireland are welcome to attend our sessions but should check local differences and will find excellent support from OSCR, SCVO, Inspiring Scotland, Charity Commission Northern Ireland and NICVA (Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action).

About the Trustee Learning Programme

O ur Trustee Learning Programme includes a variety of training sessions to help you become and be an effective trustee. We are confident you'll find other sessions you'd like to attend from the programme. Please have a look and book onto our other sessions here

To make the programme as accessible as possible, all of our sessions are free to attend. We are able to run our free sessions with huge thanks to our sponsors:

W e are also very thankful to the Co-op Foundation for their support for the Trustee Learning Programme.

About Getting on Board

G etting on Board is on a mission to change the face of trusteeship. Our Trustee Learning Programme is just one of the ways we are working towards that.

We recommend taking a look around our Eventbrite page to see if our other sessions are of interest. You can also head to our website for more information about everything we offer.

Please email info@gettingonboard.org if you'd like us to run this session for your board or network in-house.

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss bespoke training, please get in touch with us by emailing info@gettingonboard.org.

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