BOOKS WORTH READING MORE THAN ONCE
Our new list is designed for books - shorter and longer - which don't fit easily under the other lists.
There are only seven rules for good governance. If any one of them is neglected, the effectiveness and spiritual health of the movement or ministry will be jeopardized.
This booklet is for board members, CEOs and senior staff teams, so there can be clarity of roles and of responsibilities.
Transferable principles for church leaders and church councils.
Suitable for all charities.
It is priced inexpensively, and produced as a pocket guide so everyone around the table can have a copy.(36pp. Dimensions 175mm x 110mm)
To our knowledge, no other publication does the same job.
Published in the UK.
We are currently exploring the possibility of a US edition.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
This could not have come at a more timely moment. Full of practical advice – an excellent refresher for experienced board members and Chairs, and indispensable when it comes to recruiting and inducting new board members and senior executives. I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Ram Gidoomal CBE
Former Chair: Stewardship Services
Former Chair: Lausanne Movement International Board
Good governance is a key to fruitful, sustainable, resilient ministry. These foundational principles and practices will help you understand your responsibilities, and successfully navigate the complexities you will inevitably encounter on your governance journey.
General Secretary, IFES (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students)
A helpful and timely resource.
Head of Employment, Edward Connor Solicitors
Former Chair: Lawyers Christian Fellowship
Accountability is a godly principle, and an essential part of that is good governance. This guide brings clarity to the complementary roles of the board and CEO, and to board make-up, skills, and responsibilities.
CEO, CARE (Christian Action, Research and Education)
Board member: Care not Killing; Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL, International and UK)
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