The 2014 Members’ workshop, which took place in London, was attended by 27 participants. It largely focused on the importance of ensuring consistent accountability practice across all regions and functions of Member organisations in order to safeguard against reputational risks and to make full use of the Charter’s potential to unify federated organisations behind a common commitment which they want to be held accountable for. The workshop targeted four main discussion areas revolving around the idea of accountability as a dynamic leadership concept, the benefits of a consistent approach across functions and regions, challenges to implementation, and the solutions Charter Members found.

Workshop Agenda

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Workshop Outcome

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