29 Oct 2013
Consultant, Anne Moynihan Consulting from 2011
With twenty years’ experience of working in the sector, Anne was head of NCVO’s governance and leadership team until 2011 when she launched her own consultancy service, Anne Moynihan Consulting.
She has worked extensively within Citizens Advice – from managing a CAB to being a member of the senior management team of the national organisation.
Anne is a member of the steering group for the sector’s Code of Good Governance, a member of the Charity Law Association and was a board member of Trustees Unlimited.
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Anne Moynihan advises a frustrated chief executive whose trustees have refused to sanction a merger with another charity.
Managing risk; building an inclusive board; and developing strategy – being a chair on a Charity 100 Index board is a challenging role. Vibeka Mair analyses the major trends from the 2012 Trustee Leadership Survey.
Anne Moynihan asks whether its not what trustees know but who they know that counts.
Good advice, but there is an important point to add: merger is rarely a proper answer to impending insolvency.
Anne Moynihan explains how external help was needed after merger talks broke down.
The committee members of a learning disability charity recently transferred all the assets and liabilities to a charitable company to protect themselves from personal liability without informing the membership of the unicorporated charity. A charity lawyer and governance consultant respond.
Readers were invited to contribute endings to a the charity soap opera. Tesse Akpeki and Anne Moynihan responded and here are their conclusions...
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