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Interim executive board (IEB): responsibilities and priorities

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Last updated on 6 April 2018
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As an interim executive board (IEB), you have an important and challenging role. Use these pointers on what to prioritise to help you get off to a good start and ensure effective ways of working.

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  1. 1 Role and responsibilities of an IEB
  2. 2 Agree a common purpose and strategy
  3. 3 Prioritise safeguarding
  4. 4 Ensure you have strategic leadership in place
  5. 5 Agree an effective governance structure for your strategy
  6. 6 Manage relationships and interests on the board
  7. 7 Develop a communication strategy

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