Changing the Chemistry (CTC) is a multi-talented group drawn from a wide variety of backgrounds. Our aim is to increase diversity on all types of Boards, as evidence suggests that increasing board diversity improves the performance of organisations and can thereby also benefit the wider economy.
Our unique approach is that we share the responsibility to help each other, volunteering our time and skills in a peer-to-peer support network. We provide practical support. You will recognise our members and alumni by their energy, skills, achievements, insight and potential to contribute.
Adding value is our aim and our members receive support to ensure they are an asset to any board they sit on, and organisation they represent.
We passionately believe in Diversity of Thought and the benefits that brings to organisational health. We engage in rigorous promotion of the benefits of a diverse board to organisations throughout Scotland and the UK.
We support organisations in increasing the diversity, efficiency and functionality of their boards and the measure of our success is the effectiveness of the appointments we have supported since our inception – there have been many!
We create sustainable action in differing ways – through our own governance, to make certain we will be ever present while organisations embrace diversity in their boardroom, and through enabling organisations to think longer term through an enriched board
CtC Annual Trustees Report 2015-16
RECENT NEWS RELEASES:
HSBC to host breakfast event in collaboration with CtC in Glasgow on 3rd Dec to drive CtC member recruitment
Changing the Chemistry is mentioned in press release “Appointment of members to the board of VisitScotland
Two Scottish public sector organisations are taking steps to attract new board members from as varied a range of applicants as possible.
Changing face of Scottish tourism – VisitScotland aiming to attract new, diverse board members
Webcast urges women across Highlands and Islands to consider board places
For general enquiries regarding Changing The Chemistry, you can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a board vacancy to promote to members of Changing the Chemistry, please send the details to email@example.com. Please note that Women on Boards will also provide information on board vacancies to their subscribers for free – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Changing the Chemistry (SCIO)
Registered with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator, no. SC045519
Registered office: 3a Dublin Meuse, Edinburgh EH3 6NW