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Dealing with difficult behaviour from governors

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Last updated on 15 December 2016
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How should we deal with a governor's objectionable behaviour? The chair should establish whether the governor has breached the code of conduct. This article cites advice from our associate education experts, One Education and the NGA on dealing with governors' objectionable behaviour.

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  1. 1 Agreeing a code of conduct
  2. 2 Taking steps to resolve difficult behaviour
  3. 3 Managing particular disputes or difficulties

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