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Sunday Times Appointments
In last week's Sunday Times Appointments, we included a piece about what it takes to be a non-executive director (Ned) of a charity. According to Dame Alison Carnwath, the individual needs to be sure they can add something. It could be contacts or connections, business plans or general commercial advice. Non-Executives taking trustee positions are often surprised by the level of personal liability. In Board Moves, we highlighed the appointment of Melanie Gee appointed non-exective director of Standard Life. [22/10/15]
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Chief Executive, Princess Alice Hospice
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Julie Coxhall, Wine Society
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