Board Members, Chairpersons and CEOs of non-profit organisations.
- Roles and responsibilities - Board, CEO, Chair
- Communication between CEO and Chair (Board)
- HR sub-committee (CEO Selection, Review, Remuneration, Succession Planning)
- CEO role in relation to the Board
- CEO performance appraisals - how to conduct appropriately
- Board only sessions
- Board evaluation (its value and purpose)
- Success factors for effective relationships
- Common problems/pitfalls with relationships and boundaries
- Culture / code of conduct / differences of opinion / behaviour
Delivered virtually via Zoom.
Jillian van Turnhout
Jillian van Turnhout has successfully held a variety of leadership roles in Ireland and the EU across business, public affairs and voluntary sectors. She has served as a Director, CEO and Public Representative and has built a strong public reputation for integrity and sound judgement.
For over 6 years Jillian was Chief Executive of the Children’s Rights Alliance where she provided strategic leadership and direction and was responsible for the management of day-to-day operations and represented the Alliance to government bodies, NGOs, media, the general public, businesses and other key stakeholders.
Jillian is involved with a number of not-for-profit organisations on a pro-bono basis including as Chair of Early Childhood Ireland; Vice Chairperson of the European Movement Ireland; a former Board member of Women for Election; Chair of Children in Hospital Ireland and a Director, Irish Girl Guides Trust Corporation Limited.
Jillian has previously been Chief Commissioner of the Irish Girl Guides; President of the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI); a member of the Management Committee of the National Economic and Social Forum (NESF); and a Council member of Gaisce – The President’s Award.
Jillian is certified in Corporate Governance through the INSEAD International Directors Programme (IDP-C). She is currently undertaking the Institute of Directors’ Chartered Director programme.
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