Date(s) - 22/11/2017
10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Museum of East Anglian Life
Led by Alex Lindley, delivered in partnership with the Association of Independent Museums (AIM)
Getting the right people on your board can be a challenge for many small- and medium-sized museums and charities. This seminar will help you face that challenge, to ensure you have the right people on your board now and in the future.
You’ll come away with strategic tools for reviewing how your board works and the skills your board needs, as well as practical advice for how to manage succession planning and recruit trustees successfully.
You’ll also have the opportunity to work with trustees from other organisations to discuss common problems and share good practice.
Led by Alex Lindley: Alex runs Alchemy, an independent Human Resources (HR) and Organisational Development consultancy, specialising in providing services to organisations in the cultural and not-for-profit sectors.
The day will begin with refreshments on arrival from 10am, starting at 10:30 with a short presentation by Janet Perry, Young Leadership Development Officer, Community Action Suffolk. Janet is leading a new project called Suffolk Young Leaders. The ambition of the project is to increase the number of young people (18-25 years) volunteering as trustees. Janet will be working with young professionals, students and graduates to offer training and support, as well as working with charities to develop this project. She would welcome your feedback and ideas.
Delegates will be eligible to apply for a SHARED Enterprise small grant to help implement their learning and embed good practice. Miranda Rowlands, SHARED Enterprise Project Officer, will give information about this after Janet’s presentation, before Alex’s presentation starts at 11:30.
A Trustee Muster is a gathering of like-minded Museum Trustees. We aim to support you in your work, by focusing on and sharing what works, as well as addressing some of the more challenging aspects. Whether you are an experienced trustee or new to the role, you will benefit from attending these session. Museum managers and any other staff and volunteers are also very welcome to attend with their trustees.
Delegates will be eligible to apply for a SHARED Enterprise small grant to help implement their learning and embed good practice. Information will be given out on the day.
You might also be interested in Trustee Muster – What Trustees Need to Know, 2 October 2017 at Colchester Castle.
Details of other AIM Hallmarks governance sessions can be found here: https://www.aim-museums.co.uk/helping-museum-trustees-get-ahead-free-aim-hallmarks-governance-sessions/
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Please tell us if you have any dietary or access requirements.
Bookings are closed for this event.