Governance Under Pressure – Lessons from Charity & Healthcare
Joint CEO Susie Hills recently had a chat with new Consulting Kea Horvers on all things charity and healthcare governance. Here's how it went.
Why governance reviews should include Senate
It is preferable for Councils to be able to take assurance from Senate but, in order to do so, Senates must be organised to be capable of providing such assurance.
Halpin welcomes Head of Client Services, Rachael Magee
Halpin is delighted to announce a key appointment in its growth strategy as it welcomes Rachael Magee as Head of ...
Halpin welcomes latest Consultant, Osaro Otobo
Halpin welcomes Osaro Otobo to the team as a full-time Consultant.
Governance Under Pressure: Lessons from Corporate Governance
Susie had a chat with Consulting Fellow Hanif Barma on lessons to take from governance in the corporate sector. ...
Fundraising Under Pressure: Are big gifts getting riskier?
I must have read the Sunday Times Rich List every year for the past 15-20 years, and this year I noticed ...
Fundraising Under Pressure: Small Teams Q&A
Joint CEO Susie Hills recently had a chat with Consulting Fellow Penny Hubbard about the challenges of fundraising ...
Fundraising Under Pressure: Who is the Case for Support for?
How do you reduce so many opportunities and possibilities down to a few things that the University really says it wants to do?
Governance Under Pressure: Strategic Plans
Ewart spoke to Joint CEO Susie Hills to discuss how boards should approach university strategy, post-pandemic.
Fundraising Under Pressure: Strategy Q&A
Consulting Fellow Richard Sved recently had a chat with Joint CEO Susie Hills on all things fundraising ...
Governance Under Pressure: When Things Go Wrong
In the latest of our Governance Under Pressure series, Halpin CEO Susie Hills caught up with Consulting Fellow Will Spinks to discuss when things go wrong in university governance.
Governance Under Pressure: Boards and The Rich List
Susie Hills comments on the Sunday Times Rich List and explains why boards should read it.