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.
I often see tensions and conflicts in my work, between trustees and executives, individuals and departments, even organisations across the sector. But do we always have the maturity to constructively resolve them?
It is normal to “tune out” the background mediocrities and modest dysfunctions of our teams and organisations, but it’s those things that come to define our cultural expectations.
I’ve seen more strategies and engagement sessions than I care to mention, and far too many are little more than lectures about the logic.
How are you examiniming the stories, traits, and cultural barriers that are preventing your organisation from achieving its potential?
Tuesday 28th February 2023 5pm to 6pm GMT. How can leaders balance the need to be clear and consitent around strategy and plans, while retaining the agility and responsiveness to change course when circumstances shift?
Recorded in a live seminar from September 2022, Martyn speaks with leaders from across the charity sector about how to innovate, incubate and scale ideas for commercial income.
Tues 27th September 2022, 5pm to 6pm. Come along to hear and discuss the untapped opportunities of charity earned income, and why now it’s more pressing than ever.
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…