The Independent Minded Governor
As part of our
We all receive public services and therefore, to some degree, we are all scrutineers of public services. We phone to complain if our bins aren't emptied. We notice if our streets aren't swept. We also thank the people who teach our children or care for our elderly parents. This makes us independent minded - we have our own community view of the services provided.
When we are not happy we tell them but equally we will praise when this is due. Taking this a step further is what the publicly elected or appointed independent governors of our public services are asked to do.