Free breakfast briefing from The Resource Alliance: Effective Leadership and its role within fundraising Tuesday 26 February 2013 08:30-10:30 London N1
The need for effective and dynamic leadership to motivate staff and keep them focused on the future has never been more critical. Persistently tough economic times, characterised by redundancies, disruptive restructuring and uncertainty, can have an adverse impact on morale and productivity.
This is particularly relevant within fundraising departments, where the pressures of maintaining income levels are acutely felt. Effective leadership, especially by middle management, is vital if the energy of these teams is to be maintained and the overall strength of the charity sustained.
To find out more about how you and your organisation can develop the skills needed to lead staff and volunteers through one of the worst financial climates in recent history, come to the Resource Alliance’s Breakfast Briefing on Tuesday 26 February.
Fundraisers and their colleagues from Human Resources are invited to hear from some of the best names in the field of leadership education, benefit from the experiences of charity sector colleagues and find out more about the potential of talent management programmes.
The Resource Alliance Breakfast Briefing: Effective Leadership and its role within fundraising Tuesday 26 February 2013 08:30 – 10:30 Kings Place, York Road, London N1
Confirmed speakers include:
Geraldine Kilbride, leadership expert, London Business School on what is effective leadership
Liz Monks, director of fundraising, The Alzheimer's Society on the importance of leadership in fundraising
Graham Leigh, director of communications, Skills - Third Sector on the latest Labour Force Survey findings and the current skills gaps in the charity sector
Helen Hoare, Head of Legacies & Probate at Age UK on Age UK's talent management programme
Sarah Masters, Head of International Programmes at The Resource Alliance on the Future Leaders programme
Book now to reserve your place (maximum of two places available per organisation) by sending an email to email@example.com. But hurry, spaces are limited.