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.
The Trustee leadership survey reveals the demographical, financial and structural trends in the top 100 charities, most notably that the 2008 prediction that more women will ride high in chair roles has not come to fruition.
Vibeka Mair reviews the leaders of the UK’s largest charities.
The Baker Tilly Voluntary Sector Governance Survey of 2008 has some interesting findings on mergers and collaborations.
The 2008 Baker Tilly Voluntary Sector Governance Survey, in association with Charity Finance and Governance, track trends in a number of areas including operational structures, performance measurement, internal controls and reporting, as well as highlight new concerns for trustees.
The Charity Commission recently published the results of a survey of trustee remuneration. The following summarises the findings of this research.
According to the 2007 Acevo survey of CEO salaries, third sector organisations employing over 1000 staff now pay chief executives a median salary of £103 000, breaking the £100,000 barrier for the first time.