Becoming a Non-Executive or a Trustee will enable you to bring your perspective and insight to another organisation. It also brings important learning and shared wisdom, and a sense of fulfilment of giving to the public or voluntary sectors. WIG has helped match more than 350 public sector organisations and charities with the right person.
Being a Non-Executive member of the DFID Audit Committee brings with it a great education, an introduction to a diverse network of people, an opportunity to do my bit to help end world poverty and opportunities to share best practice on assurance topics in both directions between DIFD and Shell.
Lucy Slinger, Special Projects Finance Manager, Shell
(@wiguk) "It’s been an extremely worthwhile and refreshing experience" Shan Morgan, Permanent Secretary of @WelshGovernment shares her thoughts on her recent experience shadowing Mark Reynolds, CEO of @MaceGroup facilitated by WIG. https://civilservice.blog.gov.uk/2018/05/17/leadership-changing-places/ …