Join us for this focused workshop on working with Boards of Trustees or Directors to get the most out these relationships and help carry your organisation forward.
The day will look at both the technical aspects, in terms of governance and recruitment etc, and the behavioural aspects in terms of managing relationships and getting the most out of your Board.
This workshop is for staff members or volunteers of Hub Member organisations that either already have a Board in place or are looking into establishing one.
There will be an opportunity to apply for targeted work / mentoring with Board Members following this initial workshop.
This workshop will be led by
Melani is a freelance consultant with considerable national and international experience in organisational development, leadership and coaching. She holds qualifications in Leadership and Coaching and has many years of successful experience working with organisations helping them to identify and achieve their goals and dreams. She is especially interested in working with people and communities to enable them to inform, shape and develop the world they live in .
As former UK Director of Innovation in Local Government for NESTA she led portfolio of experimental programs that developed and tested methods for radically transforming services through innovation and human centred design. In addition she designed and ran a UK national program “Design in Public Services” for the Design Council
Melani started her career as a family social worker and worked for 22 years in Local Government at a senior executive level. In 2016 Melani moved to Myanmar to work as a volunteer organisational development advisor, providing local civil society organisations with coaching and management consultancy to develop the skills to be able to advocate for democracy. She returned to the UK in May 2019.
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