Marks out of ten please

Discussion of the re-branding of CTC as Cycling UK.
Whimwham7
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Marks out of ten please

Postby Whimwham7 » 14 Apr 2016, 3:39pm

I have just received (by post) a copy of the Cyclists' Touring Club Annual report and Financial Statement dated 30th September 2015.

On page 8 is an interesting statement under the heading "Our Values" -

"We conduct ourselves ethically and with integrity; our relationships and activities are based on trust and respect, cooperation and companionship. We work together in a way that is supportive, constructive, participative and democratic. We strive for continuing growth, learning and development of individuals, groups and communities."

On a scale of 1 - 10 (10 being highest) how well do you think that the Trustees (Councillors) have met these values in respect of the re-branding?

Also do you think that issuing the Trustees report for the year ending 30th September 2015 in April the following year is likely to gain "trust and respect" from the members?

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Re: Marks out of ten please

Postby gaz » 14 Apr 2016, 5:19pm

Whimwham7 wrote:...
Also do you think that issuing the Trustees report for the year ending 30th September 2015 in April the following year is likely to gain "trust and respect" from the members?
...

That arrangement predates the Charity conversion, IIRC it predates the wobbly bike. It is part of our heritage :wink: .
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Whimwham7
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Re: Marks out of ten please

Postby Whimwham7 » 15 Apr 2016, 7:27pm

gaz wrote:
Whimwham7 wrote:...
Also do you think that issuing the Trustees report for the year ending 30th September 2015 in April the following year is likely to gain "trust and respect" from the members?
...

That arrangement predates the Charity conversion, IIRC it predates the wobbly bike. It is part of our heritage :wink: .


That may be so, but that was not the question(s) I asked.

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