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We may be near the end of the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK, but it has taken a mighty toll on the wellbeing of workers everywhere. Time and again I am hearing from senior managers in the voluntary sector that they and their staff are at breaking point. And there’s no sign yet of things getting better.
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I have been lucky enough to work with – and on – some good boards in the charity sector. That may surprise you, given that trustees generally come in for a lot of flak – not least from their own CEOs and senior managers. The thing is, good boards don’t happen overnight. You achieve them with patience, care and forethought.
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