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Boardmatch - Board Effectiveness Review Competition
Reviewing a board’s effectiveness is a crucial part of governance. The Board sets the tone for an organisation so getting the tone correct at the top is of high importance. Carrying out an independent board effectiveness review is extremely beneficial to your board as results gathered from the review can prove to be instrumental in the success of your organisation.

As per the Charities Regulator’s new Code of Governance, charities are expected to undertake a board review every year. These can be internal; however, it is recommended that every 2-3 years, a board undertakes an external review.

Reviewing a board's effectiveness is a worthwhile exercise as it helps an organisation identify areas that require improvement so they can operate at a higher level of productivity.

To help charities with their first year of complying with the Charities Governance Code, Boardmatch are offering 1 charity the opportunity to win a FREE Boardmatch Board Effectiveness Review.

Complete the following form and answer the competition question to apply.

How many principles are there in the Charities Regulator’s Charities Governance Code:
a) 4
b) 6
c) 8

The board review will take place over June, July and August. For further information on the Board review process, please click here

Terms & Conditions:

• Organisations must be a registered charity or not-for-profit organisation with the Charities’ Regulator and/or Companies Registration Office.
• Applying organisations must have an annual income of under €400,000 (as per last accounts).
• Organisation must be able to undertake this board review between June and August 2019.
• The process must be completed by 30th August.
• Organisations must have full board participation - Every trustee will complete an online survey as part of the review.
• Following the completion of the review process, the organisation will be required to complete a feedback form and testimonial for Boardmatch.

*Applications close on Friday 21st June 2019.

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