Chairing a Difficult Meeting

As noted in another article (Whose meeting is it anyway? ) it is basic to the concept of any formal meeting that democratic processes should and will be followed. If the meeting is to be democratic and formal: It should not be dominated by an authoritarian chairperson...

Whose meeting is it anyway?

2011 Article, updated May 2018 It is basic to the concept any formal meeting of a society or trust (and of other formal bodies such as local authorities and school boards of trustees) that democratic processes should and will be followed.  That statement it has a...

ADEQUATE NOTICE OF MEETINGS

  2016 Article, updated October 2017 Who cares? Those governing societies and charities are, generally, not too worried about what’s in the organisation’s constitution (and some of those in governance may never have read the Constitution!). However, they should be...