How the “good news” of having an economic crisis on the back of a pandemic can show us how to rise to the challenge.
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.
The irony of the charity sector is that, while we have the rules and oversight of a regulated industry, and the risk aversion of a conservative institution, most charities have all their power vested in just two people…
Coaching has become a byword for enlightened management. But it’s also become a shorthand for a mythical panacea and the default style all managers should adopt. It’s none of those things.
The world is not going back to normal any time soon. This “rolling crisis” is here to stay for the foreseeable, and we’re going to have to think, act, and above all lead, differently.
The “drama triangle” can be a surprisingly thought-provoking model for shining a light on interpersonal dynamics. But also, perhaps, for thinking about the philosophy of a sector struggling to change.
Tues 18th January 2022, 5pm to 6pm. How any organisation can make the leap to Engagement 2.0 and create far deeper connection and loyalty with cutomers and employees
We know how important it is for people to receive credit and recognition and yet, even with that knowledge, we rarely give that gift to ourselves.
Tues 14th December 5pm to 6pm. Join me and nonprofit leadership expert Patton McDowell to debate how we can develop the non-profit leaders of the future.
We can get far more from our in-person interactions than mere productivity. We can get ideas, inspiration, creative thinking. We can get a space to genuinely bounce off and explore. We can get a time, just to talk.