September's Governance & Leadership magazine has a focus on senior leadership, and looks at what makes a great chief executive. It features explanations from four senior leaders – including Lynda Thomas, chief executive of Macmillan, and Shane Ryan, chief executive of Working With Men – on what skills and talents are needed to be a great chief executive today. There is also a feature on how to detemine a fair salary for you chief executive, and on the benefits of taking a mini-sabbatical.
Elsewhere in this month's magazine is a discussion on how to embed an anti-fraud culture in your charity, and a case study on how Terrence Higgins Trust's new advisory board which provides guidance and a sounding board to the trustees.
Opinion pieces this month include one from John Williams offering pointers from the chair on how to be the perfect chief executive, and one from the Charity Commission's Neil Robertson on why charity boards are teams and must behave as such.
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- Cover theme: The CEO issue
- Roundtable: Fraud
- People & culture
- Law & guidance
- Core functions: Risk & insurance
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