Chairs Network Scotland

Chairs Network Scotland is a dedicated network designed to specifically support the needs, and champion the role, of Chairs (as well as Vice Chairs & aspiring Chairs) of Scottish voluntary organisations. 

 

The Network offers peer support, good practice and experience-sharing in a confidential environment comprising of learning and networking events throughout the year.

 

Developmental opportunities will be a combination of networking and learning events utilising experts and peers under the broad theme of excellent voluntary sector governance across Scotland.


Sign Up Here              Events              Board Exchange              Mentoring

 

Role of the Network

  • To provide a confidential peer support network specifically for Chairs & Vice Chairs of Scottish voluntary organisations

  • To inspire and develop participants so they, and their organisations, have the opportunity to excel and maximise potential

  • To provide opportunities for participants to network, learn, and gain peer support

  • To champion, promote and share good practice centred around excellent voluntary sector governance

 

Benefits of being part of the Network:

  • Join and support a peer network exclusively for Chairs & Vice Chairs

  • Preferential rates at all ACOSVO governance related events

  • Practical guidance and support tailored to the needs of participants

  • Access to resources specifically for Chairs & Vice Chairs

  • A dedicated, confidential LinkedIn group for network members to discuss sector issues, gain support and hear about news and upcoming events related to third sector governance

  • Early access to Trustee Conference(s) tickets

  • Access to a FREE mentor

  • FREE Board Exchange – the first ever Chair specific Leadership Exchange Programme


Don’t miss out! Join the first voluntary sector Chairs’ Network in Scotland - Sign up here

 

For more information on Chairs Network Scotland please email services@acosvo.org.uk

 

 
The Network is delivered in collaboration with
Scotland’s Third Sector Governance Forum and supported by Lindsays