The idea of creating regular time and space for a “Meadian” model of teamwork seems almost unconscionable. But without it, we’re never getting off the hamster-wheel.
As a sector, we desperately need better ways to play our game, and we will need to nurture our own Cruyffs and Guardiolas to envisage and exemplify them.
Whether we’re lobbying for change, engaging initiatives with stakeholders, or simply pitching plans to the team, we are all basically selling
I’ve written before about the change that can when charity teams begin to appreciate the value of what they have, and of what they do, and volunteering turns out to be no exception.
We all have our default self-talk, and our own ongoing narrative telling us who we are, and who we need to be for others. But it doesn’t have to be fixed. We can all rewrite the story.
Recorded in a live seminar from February 2023, Martyn examines the tensions between planned strategies and agile working, and the more enlightened approach to strategic thinking required to resolve them.
How do you stop “holding” all the stress around uncertainty and unpredictability on your own, and instead, help your people share the load and grow through the experience?
The government says it has no choice but to go cost-cutting once again, but we don’t have to follow suit, and if we want to see a different outcome, we have no choice but to chart a different course.
Tues 1st November 2022, 5pm to 6pm. How to make your vision come true with system-based strategies
Charities are having to become ever more reactive and responsive, which means words like agility and empowerment are now right at the top of virtually every organisational agenda.