The Commercial Charity tells you everything you need to know to develop profitable earned income, and how to apply business principles and techniques to dramatically increase any non-profit’s reach and impact.
I will challenge your thinking, offer new ideas and perspectives, diffeerent frameworks for thinking and action planning, and prepare you for success every step of the way.
Year after year, non-profits continue to try and wrestle strategies from convoluted, backward-looking, MBA-style processes, which shed virtually no light on the one or two meaningful conversations they actually need to have.
13th April, 5pm to 6pm. Over 10 million people have volunteered during the pandemic, many for the first time. A one-off event, or the start of something new and powerful? Join me in conversation with Catherine Johnstone, CEO of Royal Voluntary Service, on the future of volunteering.
23rd February 2021 5pm-6pm. In the sea of online information, the constant chatter of social media, a market context more competitive and challenged than ever, how can people find their way to the outcomes that only you can deliver?
These are not normal circumstances. This is a one-off. A defining point in time. This is the moment of transition between the pre-Covid world and the post-Covid world. This is the time for impossible dreams.
In every organisation, in some way, shape or form, most people are attached to what the organisation currently does, and they will all have sensible and measured reasons for diluting any ambitions for change.
Many of us are facing huge choices about the immediate futures of our organisations. Scary choices, with big, long-term implications. There’s more than the typical burden of responsibility in these decisions. There’s the profound weight of legacy.
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
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.