exceptional leaders share their time and experience

Sue Porto of Brandon Trust regularly inspires participants with her brilliant sessions on successfully managing cultural change and on strategic planning.

We are fortunate that mutli-award-winning charity CEO, Martin Edwards, of Julia's House Hospice regularly shares his tried and tested methods for staff engagement, team leadership and motivation with us.

Courageous Conversations is led by Helena Sharpstone of Sharpstone Skinner who brings a wealth of experience of coaching and developing leaders at the top of their game to achieve more.

We approach Governance as a framework to support beneficiaries, staff and leaders. We are grateful to Dan Francis of NCVO, John Teller and Cecile Gillard of Burton Sweet for their engaging, insightful sessions.

Managing stress is an important aspect of every leaders’ role and excutive coaches Charlotte White and Mary Ely, helped us consider the right levels of stress for maximum gains, with practical guidance on how to manage stress in ourselves and others.

Steve Lloyd and Nina Goldsworthy-Griffiths have led fascinating sessions exploring different leadership styles and techniques to help get the most from our teams.

Clare Davis of Nova Associates helped us consider our personal brand as well as behavioural styles as a mirror to our own behaviours, the effect it can have on those around us, and how we can use the knowledge to help teams work well together.

Mark Hughes of MCH Consulting and Peter Clarke of JCA Global delighted participants with active and enlightening sessions on emotional intelligence as an essential element of every leaders toolkit.

Claire Stone, nutitional therapist, helped participants view leadership through the prism of what we eat and drink to be more productive, creative and engaged at work. 

Paul Anderson Walsh is a Leadership and Development practitioner who helps management teams work together and led a session on Inclusive Leadership. Paul was CEO of The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.

 

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Thanks to our partner,  Quartet Community Foundation , for continuing to support bursary places so smaller charities can participate.

Thanks to our partner, Quartet Community Foundation, for continuing to support bursary places so smaller charities can participate.

Thanks to our friends in the Institute of Fundraising South West for helping promote and facilitate this programme and in particular, the bursary places.

Thanks to our friends in the Institute of Fundraising South West for helping promote and facilitate this programme and in particular, the bursary places.