‘Chairs, trustees and CEOs need to understand each other’s roles, respect each other’s responsibilities and work together towards a common and agreed mission.’
Listen to this episode from People Inspired By Purpose – Purposely Podcast on Spotify. Brian Cavanagh joins Purposely to share what it takes to be an impactful and effective trustee on a charity board or a governance committee.
‘The governance as leadership approach regards generative thinking as a shared endeavour. It goes a significant way to rebalance the relationships between the board and the CEO/team.’
Brian Cavanagh, author of Governing With Purpose, is featured in Global Leaders Today
Written By Contributing Writer Brian Cavanagh, CEO, Calibrate In this uncertain and unpredictable climate, Charity board trustees need to reimagine their purpose and reposition around governance and leadership, especially policy formulation. Historically, it has been left to the CEO/Executive team to devise policy, with a general reluctance for boards to get involved in policy formulation Why is this the case?
Brian Cavanagh, author of Governing With Purpose, speaks with Carmichael CEO, Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí on The Carmichael Centre Podcast.
In our latest podcast episode, Carmichael CEO, Diarmaid Ó Corrbuí, interviews Brian Cavanagh, a business coach and governance specialist, who will have his book “Governing with Purpose” published in September.