Planning your End Game: Charity CEO breakfast seminar 18th January 2018, Central London.
How close are you to achieving your charity’s vision?
Is it a distant pipedream or an achievable goal within the next few years. And how do you shift it from one to the other?
To help you answer those question, I am bringing together a group of the UK’s best and brightest charity CEOs for breakfast on the 18th of January 2018, for an in-depth seminar and discussion, on how to redefine your purpose, accelerate your mission, and turn your vision into reality in the shortest possible time.
My guest speakers will be Mark Lever, CEO of the National Autistic Society, and Chris Wright, CEO of Catch22. The seminar will begin at 8:30am at the Catch22 Offices, 27 Pear Tree Street, Central London, and will finish at 10am. Breakfast will be available in the room from 8am to give time to meet and network with your peers.
You will walk away from this provocative and highly interactive session with:
- A new and different perspective on vision, mission and purpose
- Six powerful strategies that can scale and accelerate your impact
- A set of critical questions, challenges and actions to take back to the team
Places are strictly limited, so please e-mail me early to reserve your seat. To ensure the content is highly relevant to every attendee, this invitation is for CEOs of mid-sized and large charities only. If you would like an invitation for a colleague, please contact me in advance to ensure we still have space.