Information and advice

Governance Health Check

This governance health check is a self assessment tool which has been devised by the Developing Governance Group as a prac

Legal responsibilities: where can I get more information?

Listed below (in alphabetical order) are a range of recommended sources of further information and advice regarding the legal responsibilities of Management Committees.

NOS for Trustees and Management Committee Members

These National Occupational Standards (NOS) define good practice in the way management committee members carry out their role.

They can be used:

Worksheet: Self-assessment for committee members

This self-assessment sheet is designed to enable you to reflect on your role as a management committee member, identifying areas for development where you would like further support, training or information.

This worksheet is intended for use by established committee members.  It is not appropriate for use with new members.

Role of management committees: where can I get more information?

Listed alphabetically below are a range of recommended sources of further information and advice regarding the role of Management Committees.

Checklist: How effective is your committee?

How well does your committee know its role and carry out its responsibilities?  Use this handy checklist to review your committee's performance.

Want to go one step further?  Use the action plan template to plan and document what steps you will take to improve your committee's performance.

Information and advice

Management committee/board members should ensure that they receive the appropriate advice and information they need in order to make good decisions.

(Supporting principle to Principle 3 of The Code of Good Governance)


Organising the committee's work

The management committee/board should organise its work to ensure that it makes the most effective use of the time, skills and knowledge of management committee/board member
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