Lawyer, chartered secretary, coach and mediator, Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution
A lawyer, chartered secretary, coach, facilitator and accredited Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution mediator, Tesse works with knowledge of company secretarial matters, governance,leadership challenges and group dynamics.
Tesse is interested in change management, board development, personal development, strategic diversity and relationship management. She works with boards to enhance their effectiveness and to minimise and manage risk. She has served as an equal opportunities commissioner. A consultant with OnBoard (a division of Bates, Wells and Braithwaite Solicitors) and an approved National Council for Organisations consultant. A trainer with Independent Theatre Council, she is an associate of the Centre for Charity Effectiveness at City University's business school and of the Centre for Strategy and Communication. Tesse has been appointed as consultant to Marga Inc, based in New York, USA and of Partners for Innovation based in Ohio, USA.
Appointed as non-executive director in April 2002. Tesse is a member of the quality and risk management committee, the remuneration committee and the Mental Health Act managers committee. She has recently been appointed as Trustee of International Students House.
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Tesse Akpeki invokes a fashion metaphor to summarise her learning from this year’s BoardSource event in Los Angeles.
Tesse Akpeki pays tribute to the Acevo Governance Commission but warns against reinventing the wheel.
A chair and a governance consultant advise a charity where staff are felling under pressure after its plans to cut costs and expand ran into difficulty.
Governance specialist Tesse Akpeki shows how charity leaders can become pitch perfect.
Tesse Apeki is impressed by the way Quaker organisations use real-time reporting in board meetings to ensure transparency
Tesse Akpeki offers some advice on how to move beyond an us-and-them approach towards genuine shared outcomes.