What’s in July’s issue of Governance & Leadership?

19 Jul 2023 Voices

In July’s issue of G&L, we explore how charities are working in partnership with public sector organisations locally, with case studies from Barnardo’s, Shaw Trust and the Royal British Legion as well as a thinkpiece about the important role that middle managers in public bodies play in cultivating productive relationships with the sector.

In other sections, we’ve got some practical tips about how to run effective board meetings that are built on positive, healthy relationships between trustees, and some guidance for boards on how to deal with the recent rise of ChatGPT and other AI systems.

The theme of this month’s Core Functions section is human resources, where the British Heart’s Foundation’s chief people officer discusses the charity’s new flexible working programme.  And, as always, the July edition carries our Charity Awards Event Report, with profiles of all the winners and why they won.

We hope you enjoy reading the issue; please do get in touch at [email protected] to let us know what you thought of it, or to suggest ideas for future articles.


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Law & Guidance

People & Culture

Board matters


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