You’ll learn about your basic responsibilities, how to be more effective and how to bring your own skills to the trustee board to improve the charity’s impact.
Who should buy this book?
This is essential reading for anyone wanting to make the most of their role as a trustee, or those wanting to find out more about becoming one.
What does it cover?
The Charity Trustee’s Handbook is part of the ‘Key Guides’ series: condensed pocket books for those new to the subject or who want core subject information.
- How to be a good trustee who gets things done.
- The truth about the responsibilities of trustee boards.
- How to forward plan and manage a charity’s senior staff.
- Understanding the latest legal requirements for charities and trustees.
‘This satnav for trusteeship is a valuable tool and a true must-read publication.’ Andrew Hind, Professor of Charity Governance, Cass Business School and former CEO, Charity Commission
‘Should be compulsory reading for new board members and enjoy a prominent place on the bookshelves of third sector chief executives.’ Amazon review
‘Such a useful and user-friendly guide for all trustees and those that work with charity boards.’ Karen Heenan, Chief Executive, Charity Trustee Networks
About the author
Mike is currently Diocesan Secretary in the diocese of Liverpool and Director of Operations for Liverpool Cathedral. He is also a trustee of Merseyside Community Foundation and the Church Urban Fund. Mike was chief executive of the Directory of Social Change from 1995 to 2001, chair of trustees for the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action, a member of the Advisory Council to the Charities Aid Foundation and a trustee for Liverpool Council for Social Service.
Mike is author of The Charity Trustee’s Handbook and co-author of Writing Better Fundraising Applicationsfor Directory of Social Change.
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