Whether it is about the importance of diversity in charities or the need to invest in public health and wellbeing, aligning agendas will always be more powerful than pushing a moral cause
When I wrote a paper on bringing systems thinking into strategy almost 4 years ago, it was hard to find many established charities paying more than passing reference to these concepts
The next time you manage to create some of that rare and invaluable free-discussion space with your executive or your Board, you might find it mind-expanding, to ask yourselves this…
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.
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.
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.
Before you can influence anyone about anything, you first need to understand them. And this is where the early signs of resistance can offer you the single most valuable opportunity of your entire strategy process.
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?
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?
Any strategy is pointless if it can’t be delivered, and the key to delivery is having everyone aligned and engaged, not merely with the tasks they need to perform, but with the objectives you want to achieve.