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Electing a chair/vice-chair: difficulties in filling the post

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updated on 14 June 2018
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If you are struggling to fill the role of chair or vice-chair, draw on advice from our associate experts on operating without a chair and recruiting externally.

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  1. 1 Governors must elect a chair and vice-chair
  2. 2 What if no governor is willing to stand?
  3. 3 How to operate without a chair
  4. 4 How to recruit a chair
  5. 5 Ensure succession planning is frequently addressed

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