Governance of the Future - Getting your MAT board ready
Hayley Dunn – Business Leadership Specialist at ASCL
Robert Barham-Brown – Head of Customer Success Services at OnBoard
Governance of the Future – Getting your MAT board ready
What is the future composition of MAT boards?
How can your Leadership Team be better prepared for what the future holds? The need to measure and monitor Leadership Team skills and competencies is essential to plan for and implement an effective training and recruitment programme. But what is the most effective way to optimise School governance?
Effective MAT governance relies on having the right people round the table, with the right skill set supported by appropriate training. Therefore, it is becoming increasingly important to have processes in place to monitor Roles, Skills and Term Limits, so that gaps can be quickly identified, and future recruitment or training requirements addressed.
Key issues addressed:
- Having the right people round the table
- Using data to monitor and track leadership teams skills
- Clear insight for implementing effective succession planning
Business Leadership Specialist at the Association of School and College Leaders
Hayley Dunn is a business leadership specialist, author and public speaker. She is a Policy Specialist for the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) and is a self-employed consultant providing support to schools and school leaders.
Head of Customer Success Services
Robert Barham-Brown is Head of Customer Success Services for OnBoard and leads the UK Customer Success Team, supporting both UK and international customers. Robert has extensive experience of working within education having previously held the position of Governance Officer in an educational institution and currently sits on the Audit and Risk Committee for the Dover Federation for the Arts Multi Academy Trust.
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