Our latest Charity report looks at using conflict as a catalyst for change

By James Gare Posted 12 January 2019

Using Conflict as a Catalyst for Change

Our latest Not for Profit report looks at the definition of "trustee conflict" as defined by the Charity Commission, and provides a helpful insight into the vaious types of conflict that Trustees may encounter.

Our key topics are:-

  • Conflict with your trading subsidiary
  • Conflicting roles
  • Conflict between the demands of today and the demands of tomorrow
  • Conflict between the Board and CEO
  • Conflict amongst Trustees
  • Conflicts between transparency and your charity's reputation
  • Conflict with third parties

Read the report here

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