This year has been incredibly difficult for people who are used to working in an office environment. In my recent conversations, wellbeing and burnout have become resident features. So, here are my top seven things that can make a positive difference…
Tuesday 8th December 08:00-10:00: The Future of Volunteering. Join me, along with Catherine Johnstone, CEO of Royal Voluntary Service and a select group of other leading CEOs, in a highly interactive and insightful discussion on re-imagining volunteering in these turbulent and chalenging times
This detour back towards lockdown will be tough for business and especially for charities, but it will be even tougher for some of the people around us and those we serve.
As a sector, we obsess over public trust, or the lack of it, and for good reason. But the irony is, our standard approach for increasing others’ trust in us, is to reduce our trust in our own people.
It’s also increasingly apparent, as I said it would back in April, that the ability to rapidly and continuously innovate is becoming a key differentiator between those who doing well this year, and those who are still struggling to stay solvent.
Tuesday 21st July 5pm: In this free, interactive webinar, I will show how you can develop dynamic strategy models and consciously adopt a much more agile approach to strategic decision-making
Desperate times may call for desperate measures, but times of great change also create an opportunity to embrace great change in our response, through transformational thinking
16th June 5pm to 6pm. For the last 12 weeks I’ve been hosting regular group calls with CEOs from across the non-profit sector. In this free live seminar, I will share and discuss some of the most useful and productive frameworks we have used.
The most important first step for rebuilding an organisation is awareness. Awareness of how this unique situation is affecting different people in profoundly different ways, why, and what you can do to help.
Scenarios exist to create discomfort – to make you think, to generate more radical ideas and solutions, to mentally prepare you for the possibility that something like it may someday happen.