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The chair of trustees: model job description

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The chair of trustees: model job description

Governance | Dorothy Dalton | 1 Nov 2005

The role of the chair of trustees has evolved over the last decade, as indeed has governance, so it is important to use a job description which has kept up-to-date with these changes and which reflects the greater emphasis on leadership, strategy, risk, accountability and performance.

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