Established in 2009, Trustees Unlimited has quickly established itself as one of the premier providers of trustee and non executive recruitment. Whether it is a trustee for a charity, a director for a social enterprise or a volunteer to sit on an audit committee, Trustees Unlimited has unprecedented access to a large group of high calibre people who are actively looking for such roles and offers a unique model of delivery. With a database and network that is both large and diverse Trustees Unlimited is making a real difference in terms of helping boards become balanced and effective.
Trustees Unlimited and its sister service, Non-Executives Unlimited, are committed to improving governance in the Civil Society Sector and through recruitment, training and mentoring have developed a unique offering that is helping many organisations strengthen their boards.
Trustees Unlimited Media Coverage: Voluntary News, January 2015
27 January 2015 – Just over half (55%) of trustees surveyed by Trustees Unlimited said that having better and more frequent communication between board meetings is the number one factor that would improve the quality of their meetings and enhance their board performance.
Trustees Unlimited questioned its database of 2,000 trustees to find out how board meetings and performance could be improved in 2015
Trustees Unlimited Media Coverage: Third Sector, January 2015
Trustees cite more communication between meetings as the most wanted improvement to boards.
28 January 2015 by Andy Ricketts
In a poll of 287 trustees by the recruitment firm Trustees Unlimited, 'communication between meetings could be more regular' was chosen by 55 per cent of respondents.
More frequent communication between meetings is the number one factor that would improve board performance, a survey of trustees has shown.
Trustees Unlimited Media Coverage: Training Journal, December 2014
Want to improve your business skills and become happier in 2015? Become a charity trustee!
Encouraging employees to work with charities is an effective way for companies to improve their employee satisfaction and engagement levels, Ian Joseph says.
If you are want to accelerate your professional development and become happier in 2015, then consider becoming a charity trustee.
Following the sad news that Trustees Unlimited’s chairman and co-founder, Stephen Lloyd, died following a boating accident on holiday in Wales this summer, the Directors of Trustees Unlimited paid tribute to their former colleague and friend.
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