What does success look like for your organisation? And if I asked each of your team, your executives, and your trustees that same question, would they all answer in broadly the same way?
Collaboration between organisations within the sector has never been more essential, so how can we break down the barriers that seem perennially to prevent us from making it actually happen?
Why is it, that even when we know what we need to do, and why we need to do it, we still don’t? Because there are four “traps” we need to avoid if we want to succeed.
How do you design new commercial ideas so that you can deliver to customers flawlessly, retain them year after year, and grow them continually over time?
The ability for any large organisation to learn, adapt and respond to a rapidly changing environment, largely comes down to two things: how good are its hothouses, and how well can it propagate its limes.
If we want to access the income, impact and influence we could gain from a new generation of corporate partnerships, we will need to meet business leaders where they are, and take the time to educate and lead them to where they need to be.
Wednesday 22nd September 8am to 9:45am. With change as rapid, resources as tight, and the future as uncertain as it is today, what is the point of strategy? Join me and a small group of your peers, including my guest, Neil Heslop, CEO of the Charities Aid Foundation, to find some answers.
Collaboration isn’t easy. But it isn’t as hard as you might think, and it is more important than you might realise, because without collaboration, most charities can’t actually realise their visions.
Recorded in a live seminar from June 2021, watch Martyn and author and speaker, Marlene Chism, in an insightful discussion on how we reframe conflict and reshape the situations that create it, in order to achieve better, more productive outcomes.
13th July 2021 5pm-6pm. The strategy tools we have inherited were never designed for the context in which we are now trying to use them. Join me to explore how the art of strategy development needs to change.