Effective governance requires quality conversations, often with external partners acting as a critical friend. Good governance means your organisation is well-structured, fulfils regulatory requirements, and has a sufficiently skilled Board. Great governance, however, is proactive and aspirational. It is about realising the overall vision and ensuring the Board drives demonstrable change and impact.

Developing a detailed understanding of good governance through writing codes and guidance, and working with regulators, we have helped many organisations improve their governance arrangements. Our support extends across policy reviews, strategy awayday facilitation, Board recruitment, evaluations and effectiveness reviews.

Having established a strong profile in supporting Boards and executive teams across different sectors, we bring currency of knowledge, professionalism and innovation to your challenges.

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  • Three hundred In Depth Assessments and counting!

    CT Partner, Sue Harvey, and Consultant Researcher, Annie Field, discuss a significant milestone in the Regulator for Social Housing’s IDA programme.

    August 2, 2021
  • Housing CEO WhatsApp group digest summary – 19 July 2021

    The updated digest of key topics discussed in Campbell Tickell’s CEO WhatsApp group is available to read. The group comprises of chief executives from housing associations and ALMOs across the UK and Republic of Ireland.

    July 20, 2021
  • New podcast! CT Brief: Honest Conversations

    We’re really pleased to launch our new podcast series, CT Brief: Honest Conversations.

    Throughout this podcast, we aim to have open and honest conversations on a wide range of topics that matter to people working within the housing, charity, social care, local government, and sports sectors.

    July 1, 2021
  • Podcast Episode 1: Rethinking diversity and inclusion – Transcript

    The full transcript from episode 1 of our new podcast, CT Brief – Honest Conversations. Radojka and Dawn reflect on the conversations they’ve had with clients about diversity and inclusion; the importance of being honest when it comes to discussing race and ethnicity; and what it means to be inclusive – plus more.

    July 1, 2021
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