Charity Trusteeship is a Win-Win
Date(s) - 13th January 2021
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
The London HR Connection is delighted to invite you to our first webinar of 2021 which is going to examine the numerous personal and professional benefits associated with charity trusteeship.
Volunteering as a trustee is good for your personal development, it’s good for the development of your people and it’s good for reputation of your business. This interactive webinar (sponsored by 10Eighty) will tell you more about how you become a trustee, what are the responsibilities and why supporting your staff to be a trustee has significant business benefits.
The discussion will be led by Penny Wilson, CEO of the national trustee recruitment charity Getting on Board, alongside her fellow panellists who are senior HR professionals and trustees themselves. These include: Kim Tester, Head of HR for The Office of the Secretary of State for Wales; Emma Hardaker-Jones, Group HR Director at Legal & General; Dee Jas, the founder of D&I consultancy, Colourfull, and former head of HR at the BBC and Net-a-Porter; and Robert Hicks, Group HR Director at Reward Gateway and a LHRC Board member.
Trusteeship is open to people at any stage of their career. There are an estimated 90,000 trustee vacancies in England and Wales across causes as diverse as social mobility, food banks, domestic violence, heritage and climate change.
Supporting your staff to become trustees is win-win-win. It’s good for the charity (75% of charities struggle to find the trustees they need), good for the individual and good for the employer. 96% of trustees say they’ve learned new skills, 84% report mental health benefits, 63% said it extended their networks and 73% say that it boosted their confidence. There are particular benefits in giving diverse staff the board experience which might support their progression.
The webinar will cover areas such as:
- What are trustees and what do they do?
- How are organisations using trusteeship within their L&D and EDI strategies?
- Get your burning questions about trusteeship answered. Who is it open to? How much time does it take? What about liability?
- How can you find a charity board position (or help your team to do so)?
- Hear from Getting on Board and panellists about these questions and more.
So, whether you’re interested in using your HR skills to benefit a charity as a trustee yourself, or you want to find out about how Getting on Board can support you to help your staff become trustees, join us for this interactive event.
Cost – free of charge.
With special thanks to our sponsors 10Eighty
The zoom link for the webinar will be sent one day in advance of the event.
Bookings are closed for this event.