What's in September's issue of Governance & Leadership 2022?

12 Sep 2022 In-depth

September’s G&L focuses on charities and social media, with articles about how to use social to benefit your charity from 2020’s top social CEO, Dr Wanda Wyporska, and the RNLI’s strategic social media manager, Athar Abidi. Civil Society News reporter Sam Wait reveals which charities are best at TikTok, and G&L editor Tania Mason explores how charities can deal with trolling.

Elsewhere, the magazine also contains articles from the Charity Commission about its new guidance to help charities tackle bullying and harassment, and from the new chair of the Charity Governance Code steering group, on her priorities for the next iteration of the Code.

Governance consultancy Digi-Board summarises the findings from over 90 governance reviews, and in the Core Functions section, we examine why you should think about insuring your volunteers.

Elizabeth Balgobin closes the magazine with her personal journey on social media, including why she set up an alternative account to follow those with views diametrically opposed to her own, and we feature the final words of wisdom (sniff, sniff) from our regular columnist John Williams, who is hanging up his pen after more than six years writing for us. He is also resigning from the board of the Association of Chairs at the same time, and uses his last column to look back over his trustee career and share some crucial lessons about governing.



Cover theme


Law & Guidance

People & Culture

Board matters

Core functions: Human resources

The Final Word


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