29th September 5pm – 6pm UK time. I will be joined by global creativity expert Natalie Nixon to talk and take questions about dialling up innovation and creative problem solving in the charity sector.
Sharron McIndoe, Head of Training and Consultancy at the National Autistic Society, talks to Martyn Drake about how her team developed their ethical approach to “sales”, and how that change […]
Amanda Batten, CEO of Contact a Family, talks about her first year as CEO. In a candid and honest interview, she shares her learning from the year, including how she […]
Many small local charities are struggling to make the shift from grant-dependency to financial freedom. In this interview, Deven Pillay, CEO of Harrow Mencap, help to navigate that journey by talking through what it takes to make the leap…
Ed Archer of the SENDirect consortium (nine of the UK’s most prominent disability charities) shares her experience and learning on Social Enterprise, innovation, risk aversion and collaborative design.
Petra Ingram, CEO of £20m charity The Brooke, on developing a simple, powerful Theory of Change to redefine long-term direction and strategy
Chris Wright, CEO of Catch 22 talks about Social Enterprise projects, his “mixed” experience of the outsourcing of the Probation Service, and the future of public sector services.
Mark Lever, CEO of The National Autistic Society talks about the sector’s most pressing challenges, and how business thinking is becoming increasingly important to its future survival
Richard Hawkes, until recently the CEO of Scope, Chair of the Care and Support Alliance and trustee of VODG, talks candidly and compellingly about Scope, public service provision, and the big choices the sector urgently needs to make.