Latest blog looks behind the scenes at the board

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    [post_content] => Negotiating a steep learning curve and endeavouring to overcome an aversion to committees are some of the experiences documented by first-time board member Suse Moebius in the Society's latest blog.

The recently-appointed director describes how she was originally spurred into action at her first conference some years ago when ‘the board was in some turmoil’, leading her to find out more about how the Society worked and what it did for the membership.

To help her get to grips with her new senior role, Suse attended an induction at the Society’s Northampton nerve centre to discover the inner workings of a professional membership organisation and her own responsibilities as a director. Attending the AGM and a two-day residential brainstorming session provided even more background.

Despite some reservations about working by committee, she now serves on three and encourages anyone thinking about getting involved in a higher level of the Society to take the plunge.

“As homeopaths in practice, we can easily slip into working in isolation but the collective process is essential,” she adds.

 
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Negotiating a steep learning curve and endeavouring to overcome an aversion to committees are some of the experiences documented by first-time board member Suse Moebius in the Society’s latest blog.

The recently-appointed director describes how she was originally spurred into action at her first conference some years ago when ‘the board was in some turmoil’, leading her to find out more about how the Society worked and what it did for the membership.

To help her get to grips with her new senior role, Suse attended an induction at the Society’s Northampton nerve centre to discover the inner workings of a professional membership organisation and her own responsibilities as a director. Attending the AGM and a two-day residential brainstorming session provided even more background.

Despite some reservations about working by committee, she now serves on three and encourages anyone thinking about getting involved in a higher level of the Society to take the plunge.

“As homeopaths in practice, we can easily slip into working in isolation but the collective process is essential,” she adds.

 

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