Good governance is essential for a prospering, thriving museum. Being a museum or heritage trustee can be a rewarding but sometimes daunting task, so AIM offers heritage sector trustees support, inspiration and information in the following different ways.
The AIM Guides for Boards
This new series of resources offers information on all aspects of good governance. We are developing new resources all the time and are keen to hear suggestions for topics you would like to see covered. Current titles are below – please click each link for a direct PDF download:
Mae Cymdeithas yr Amgueddfeydd Annibynnol (AIM) wedi lansio cyfres o ganllawiau di-dâl yn y Gymraeg i gynorthwyo Ymddiriedolwyr a Byrddau Amgueddfa a safleoedd treftadaeth.
Mae’r gyfres hon o ganllawiau PDF i’w lawrlwytho yn cynnig cyngor ymarferol a sïon sicr am agweddau allweddol o lywodraethu da ac maent wedi cael eu creu fel rhan o Raglen Hallmarks AIM a gyllidir gan Gyngor Celfydyddau Lloegr a Llywodraeth Cymru (MALD).
Is your organisation seeking new trustees? AIM can advertise all AIM member trustee vacancies for free. Your advert will be displayed on our Trustee Vacancies webpage and in our Latest News section for maximum impact. Interested? Please download the Trustee Vacancy form from the bottom of this page and email it back to: email@example.com
The AIM Hallmarks Governance Programme
The AIM Hallmarks Governance programme has been designed to offer new opportunities for museum boards and trustees to share experiences, explore new approaches and benefit from expert support. Included in the programme is the following support:
Prospering Boards for Prospering Museums
Could your board benefit from expert support? Prospering Boards works with boards to help them strengthen their leadership, work more strategically or deal more effectively with emerging challenges. Applications are now open – please click here for full information.
Take a look at the consultants supporting the AIM prospering Boards Programme here.
Museum and Heritage Trustee Newsletter
AIM publishes a free electronic newsletter every two months, packed with the advice, news and ideas that trustees particularly need. To sign up, click: