CEO Breakfast Seminar May 2016

breakfast2-sMay’s Charity CEO Breakfast Seminar will take place in the St Pancras area of London on Thursday May 19th. Over a highly interactive breakfast, we will explore how to build strong, effective commercial and business capabilities within non-profit organisations.

Specifically we will seek to understand:

  • What are the most critical capabilities for generating high value traded and contract income in today’s competitive marketplace
  • How can you rapidly grow them within your organisation and what are the hidden hurdles you’ll need to overcome
  • What are the biggest implications, both positive and negative of increasing your organisation’s commercial acumen

This event is for CEOs of mid and large charities by invitation only, and numbers are typically capped at 18 people. Breakfast will be served from 07:30 allowing time for introductions and networking. The seminar itself will run from 08:00 to 10:00, after which you are welcome to stay and continue the conversation for as long as you wish.

If you’ve not yet received an invitation but would like to come, please drop me a line at martyn@ProfitOnPurpose.org

What participants have said about previous breakfasts:

“Thoughtful, credible leaders addressing tough stuff with open minds” Peter Wanless, CEO, NSPCC

“Very stimulating discussion with peers. Thank you very much!” Barbara Frost, CEO, WaterAid

“This will help me improve my organisation” Simon Morris, CEO, Jewish Care

“Educational and insightful at many levels” Sally de la Bedoyere, CEO, Blue Cross

“Very thoughtful and thought-provoking session. A great blend of input and facilitation.”, Paul Breckell, CEO, Action on Hearing Loss

“Very informative and challenging discussions with very knowledgeable peers” Campbell Robb, CEO, Shelter

“Great opportunity to gain an insight into the experience of other CEOs” Mark Castle, CEO, Victim Support

“A rare opportunity to think about an important organisational issue with a peer group of CEOs” David Holmes, CEO, Family Action

“Very stimulating. Great mix of ideas, tools and analysis from Martyn” Jonathan Senker, CEO, Voiceability

“Very interesting discussion. Went away with new ideas” Dr Jane Collins, CEO, Marie Curie

“Good honest high level debate with peers” Henny Braund, CEO, Anthony Nolan

“Invaluable chance to think deeply about what’s important with colleagues who understand” Gordon Seabright, CEO, Eden Project

“I really enjoyed the breakfast seminar, good format”, Jacob Tas, CEO, Nacro

“Have a clear head, this is high protein” Nick Caplin, CEO, Blind Veterans UK

“Really useful breakfast, thank you”, Caroline White, CEO, Youth Hostel Association

“Valuable insights and engaging discussion. Well worth getting out of bed early for!”, Amanda Batten, CEO, Contact a Family

I found the seminar very useful, particularly your views from the commercial sector”, Caroline Stevens, CEO, KIDS

“Thought-provoking discussion which helped identify gaps in my thinking but provided confidence in my direction of travel”, Petra Ingram, CEO, The Brooke

“Great to hear the experiences of others on some of the challenges I face”, Dalton Leong, CEO, The Children’s Trust

“A small group of highly skilled peers and a well presented and facilitated discussion”, Carol Homden CBE, CEO, Coram

“An interesting, thought-provoking discussion with a great group of CEOs” David Holmes, CEO, Family Action

“Very good to hear from really high level and quality people who have the same problems and challenges” Campbell Robb, CEO, Shelter

“Thank you for facilitating such an interesting and valuable discussion”, Paul Breckell, CEO, Action on Hearing Loss

“Excellent conversation sharing insights on issues in a seminar / workshop style” Sally de la Bedoyere, CEO Blue Cross

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