Martin Farrell

Martin Farrell

Founder, get2thepoint

30 years ago Martin Farrell volunteered to help a handcraft charity in South Africa and to do church based youth work in a rough estate in Manchester.  Today he runs a consultancy.

 

Is this profile up-to-date? If not, please let us know at whoswho@civilsociety.co.uk

Displaying 1 to 8 (of 48) | next | last »

Board transitions large and small

Martin Farrell discusses board transitions.

Staying connected

Martin Farrell ponders the best way for organisations to stay connected across international borders.

Vive (avec) la difference

Martin Farrell reports on the challenges of sitting on an international board.

A move to international governance

As Martin Farrell prepares to enter the world of international governance he wonders how it might differ from UK boards.

An offer you can refuse

Martin Farrell outlines a potential scenario for parting ways with a CEO.

All ready to go...

Everyone turns up happy and ready to go...to sleep. Martin Farrell reminds trustees of the need to scrutinise the chief executive. 

Kenneth Brannagh, Credit - Georgia Meschini

Collaboration is sometimes the way forward, writes Martin Farrell.

Do you hear that voice – of the thief of time?

Are you prone to a dilly-dally? Martin Farrell regales us with a tale that will offer a warning to all who are.

Displaying 1 to 8 (of 48) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.

Tesse Akpeki (54) Martin Farrell (46) Robert Ashton (41) Tania Mason (23) Andrew Chaggar (23) David Ainsworth (15) David Philpott (14) Ian Allsop (12) Vibeka Mair (11) Niki May Young (11)
Celina Ribeiro (10) Gordon Hunter (9) Kirsty Weakley (9) Leon Ward (9) David Davison (8) John Tate (8) Making Good: The Future of the Voluntary Sector (8) Dorothy Dalton (7) Neal Green (5) Jeremy Swain (5) Rowena Lewis (5) Daniel Phelan (4) Andrew Hind CB (3) Suzi Leather (3) Stephen Lloyd (3) Pauline Broomhead (3) Rosie Chapman (3) Ingrid Marson (3) Alexander Swallow (3) Belinda Pratten (3) Sir Stuart Etherington (2) Adrian Beney (2) Joe Saxton (2) Jesper Christensen (2) Paul Gibson (2) Andrew Scadding (2) Anne Moynihan (2) Kevin Carey (2) Garreth Spillane (2) June O'Sullivan (2) Dan Corry (2) Paul Emery (2) Simon Steeden (2) Alice Sharman (2) Lesley-Anne Alexander CBE (1) Victoria Cook (1) Claris D'cruz (1) Peter Gotham (1) Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallett (1) Justin Davis Smith (1) Kate Sayer (1) Alison McKenna (1) Anne-Marie Piper (1) Jo Swinhoe (1) Karl Wilding (1) Richard Williams (1) Mike Hudson (1) Sir Christopher Kelly (1) Daniel Fletcher (1) Martin Brookes (1) Simon Hebditch (1) Lindsay Driscoll (1) Jo Coleman (1) Cedric Frederick (1) Jonathan Lewis (1) Dame Mary Marsh (1) Rosamund McCarthy (1) Jill Pitkeathley (1) Nick Brooks (1) Linda Laurance (1) Suzie Who (1) James Thompson (1) Stephen Hammersley (1) John May (1) Julian Blake (1) Malcolm Hurlston (1) Andy Gregg (1) Anne Owers (1) Beth Yorath (1) Paul Amadi (1) Caroline Beaumont (1) Judith Davey (1) Douglas Rouse (1) Jackie Turpin (1) Jonathan Last (1) Tom Flood (1) Dan Sutch (1) Jonathan Crown (1) Ruchir Shah (1) Katy Wing (1) George Ames (1) Jenny North (1) Sir David Varney (1) Liam Barrington-Bush (1) Mairéad O'Reilly (1) Tobin Aldrich (1) Michael O'Toole (1) Lisa Clavering (1) Ian Joseph (1) Jonathan Bruck (1) Rachel Short (1) Dr Debra Beck (1) Andy Rich (1) Ian Leggett (1) Leigh Daynes (1) Tim Willis (1) Richard Caulfield (1) Emma Callagher (1)
Less +++ More +++

Learning from history

3 Oct 2014

With the emergence of the cloud, the number of accounting software options is growing fast – just as...

Brooks Newmark: a knit wit?

2 Oct 2014

Ian Allsop returned from holiday to find many in the sector already needled by Brooks Newmark. This article...

It’s not the minister who counts

1 Oct 2014

Writing for Charity Finance magazine, which went to press before Brooks Newmark resigned as minister for...

Free eNews

Join the discussion

Twitter
 
Training

Attending our one day courses is a highly effective way of ensuring new and existing trustees fully understand their role, responsibilities and liabilities.

>> Find out more <<