Clore Leadership presents a discussion with Hilary Carty, Keith Arrowsmith, and Reyahn King exploring how Boards can provide effective heritage governance during challenging times.
This event took place on Friday 20th November 2020.
Good governance is vital to help steer the ship during times of crisis. COVID-19 is changing the way we live work and see our lives. Social distancing challenges the human interaction that is so intrinsic to our ways of being and doing – a touch, a hug, an embrace – to soothe, to support, to inspire… We are most definitely living in strange times. And it really is not ‘business as usual’.
This Clore Leadership led webinar explores the role of the Board during this period of heightened uncertainty. What makes for effective crisis governance? How can Boards and staff teams work practically together to find ways through, and what too about the role of the Board as overseers, future-thinkers and longer-term strategists?
In this webinar Clore Leadership Executive Director Hilary Carty and Clore Governance Associate Keith Arrowsmith, together with speaker Reyahn King explore practical strategies and as well as the statutory requirements of good governance necessary to provide rigorous yet supportive governance.