AIM Launches New Hallmarks Governance Programme

One of the Hallmarks identified by AIM as contributing to a Prospering Museum is Governance. Successful museums are those where Trustees and senior staff or volunteers understand their different roles and work together towards a shared purpose – so how can we ensure that harmonious relationships are established and nurtured?

To support Trustees from AIM member organisations, AIM has just launched the first in a new series of development activities as part of its overall AIM Hallmarks Governance Programme. Supported by Arts Council England, AIM has created regional events across England so that Trustees can meet other board members from different organisations, share experiences and discover practical ideas.

These informal and useful sessions will explore best practice by posing scenarios for discussion which will enable Trustees to share actual experiences. This will result in constructive actions for Trustees to take back to their respective organisations to help them prosper. These sessions are free for Trustees of AIM member organisations and can be booked by using the form at the end of this page.

Trustee Ideas

Need some practical ideas on governance? Sign up for the regional AIM Trustee events

 

The dates and venues for these sessions are:

 

The Lightbox, Woking – 14 March 2016

Chobham Road, Woking GU21 4AA

Website: The Lightbox

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter – 15 March 2016

Queen St, Exeter EX4 3RX

Website: RAMM

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

The Museum of the Order of St John, London – 16 March 2016

St John’s Gate, St John’s Lane, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4JJ

Website: The Museum of the Order of St John

Starts at 3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

The People’s History Museum, Manchester – 23 March 2016

Left Bank, Manchester, Lancashire M3 3ER

Website: The People’s History Museum

2.30pm – 4.30pm cake and refreshments included

 

The Bar Convent, York – 13 April 2016

17 Blossom St, York YO24 1AQ

Website: The Bar Convent

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry – 14 April 2016

Jordan Well, Coventry CV1 5QP

Website: The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

Seven Stories, Newcastle – 18 April 2016

Lime St, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2PQ

Website: Seven Stories

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham – 19 April 2016

High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN

Website: Galleries of Justice Museum

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

Hughes Hall, Cambridge – 20 April 2016

Wollaston Rd, Cambridge CB1 2EW

Website: Hughes Hall

3pm – 5pm cake and refreshments included

 

Throughout this year and next, AIM will also be launching other new initiatives to support Trustees including workshops, a dedicated governance newsletter and board development programmes. If you would like to keep informed about these exciting new schemes, please email: helenw@aim-museums.co.uk

How To Book

Please download the booking form below and email it back to: emma@aim-museums.co.uk

Booking Form: BOOKING FORM Trustee events 2

 

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