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An idiot's guide to disempowering your board of trustees

An idiot's guide to disempowering your board of trustees
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An idiot's guide to disempowering your board of trustees

Governance | Dorothy Dalton | 1 Mar 2009

Ultimate responsibility for the charity lies collectively with the full board of trustees as does ultimate authority over the charity. Trustees should ensure that no individual or groups of individuals ever undermine the board's ultimate authority or stewardship role.

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March 2009

March 2009