An unexpected absence of a key member of your management team due to long-term ill-health, maternity leave, or an unexpected resignation, can impact heavily on your charity and can throw well laid plans in to confusion.
Periodic change is essential if Trustees are to meet the challenge of operating a charity in the 21st century.Sometimes staff and Trustees are too close to the issues to be objective. Through experience working as a Chief Executive in the charity sector, and as a charity Trustee, I can help find a way through the minefield of change management and strategic planning, working with Trustees, staff, and other stakeholders to achieve positive outcomes.
I will shape sessions to meet your specific needs. This can mean formal training for trustee boards and senior leaders, a strategy review or the facilitation of workshops or away-days.
Whether you are a regional charity or a community group working at a local level, when you sign up for on-going support from me, you can be confident in the knowledge that you have the advice and reassurance from someone who has hands on proven experience of developing charities.
It takes place every day; you are approached by a fundraiser on the street, a friend asks you to support a good cause, an advertisement in the newspaper or an appeal on TV urges you to help. The list of such encounters is endless, especially since the development of digital marketing and social media. So how do we make a sound social investment that has impact?If you would like help refining your questions and identifying the individual charities I can help.
"It has been very positive working with D'Arcy on the development of innovative services for disadvantaged young women. His enthusiasm, enterp
I have been privileged to be a committee member of Charity2020 since its original incarnation as Charity 2000. It was established in 1998 by a