Eastside Primetimers offers specialist Governance and Board recruitment services for not-for-profit organisations. We have been helping organisations find solutions to their Governance problems for over a decade, using our in-depth knowledge of the sector and the challenges it faces to help leaders transform their fortunes and the lives of their beneficiaries.
The highest performing boards are diverse, with a good mix of skills and have the habit of attracting the best people. The question is, how does yours match up?
We specialise in bringing high level individuals with business or cross sector backgrounds onto Boards and have built up a network of over 500 high quality individuals who have first-hand experience of private, public and social sector boards. So whether you want to shape a new board, fill key roles or simply boost performance, we provide both the insight and the people to make it happen.
- Structuring and recruiting the entire new Board for Healthwatch Croydon
- Recruiting to the key roles of Chair and Treasurer for Safe Ground
- Finding a Chair and two trustees for a local Age UK, with very specific skills and experience
- Recruiting a new Company Secretary for the Board at Supporters Direct
For more information or to discuss your options, contact Bernice Rook on 020 7250 8337 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We approached EP to support the Association in developing a five-year strategy. EP has a practical approach and we benefited from the ongoing support we received after our initial away day to write our strategic and operational plans. EP’s business model is such that they get to know their clients and then identify consultants that best suit the specific needs and culture of individual organisations. I would not hesitate to recommend them”Anne Bishop, Chief Executive
“Eastside Primetimers supported us with new trustee integration and the facilitation they provided was a very good start to this important process for us. It enabled our board to have fully informed discussions and make better decisions on important organisational priorities we were considering at the time”Graham Duncan, Chief Executive