After Kids Company, could we be next? The seven deadly sins of trustee boards
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After Kids Company, could we be next? The seven deadly sins of trustee boards 1

28 Apr 2016
Tags: Trustees

The trustees were blamed for the fall of Kids Company, but what should they have done differently? John Williams examines the most common failings of charity boards.

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After Kids Company, could we be next? The seven deadly sins of trustee boards

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