Smaller charities and SMEs are suddenly faced with holding board meetings virtually. Many face tough decisions in coming months. This webinar will be delivered by ICAEW Council member Clive Bawden, who has spent years holding board meetings online, and will focus on how tips and ideas on how to make the most of them, in turning helping you to maintain good governance throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
Clive Bawden is an experienced executive and non-executive director. Clive has been running SMEs for over a decade now, as well as holding a number of charity and sporting roles, which means that he is highly skilled in running efficient and effective board meetings (in a variety of different situations) and will bring this real-world experience to this webinar. This will be a very practical session and focused on process not technology – it won’t be about whether Zoom is better or worse than Microsoft Teams!
Clive Bawden, Council Member and Experienced Non-executive director.
A Chartered Accountant and Chartered Marketer, Clive also holds an MBA with Distinction from Birmingham Business School in addition to his first degree in Greek (Ancient & Modern). His previous career includes role in industry (Saint-Gobain and Inchcape), professional services (KPMG and Catalyst Corporate Finance) as well as strong connections to the technology world and Innovation Birmingham Campus in particular, where he was the first Entrepreneur in Residence in 2013 and 2014. Having recently won the IoD West Midlands award for Non-Executive Director of the Year, Clive is now working on a new business, BoardSecure, a simple virtual meetings and governance workflow platform aimed at helping smaller charities and SMEs. Outside of work, he currently sits on the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, is trustee of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery and is part of a new national governing body working with Sport England towards the Tokyo 2021 Olympics inclusion of skateboarding. For clarity – not a sport he professes to be skilled in – his role is finance, risk and governance!
Julia Root-Gutteridge, Manager for Board Effectiveness, ICAEW (Chair)
Her role is to develop and deliver high quality support for ICAEW members who hold executive or non-executive director roles, as well as members who aspire join a board. As part of this support for members, she runs the Corporate Governance Community, a network of over 2,000 ICAEW members and governance professionals, which hosts a rich programme of roundtables, panel events and networking events on topics such as culture, trust in business, and board dynamics. She works with a wide range of members across business and practice to understand their challenges and ensure their views are fed back into ICAEW’s policy making and member services.
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