June Members Meeting 2019 – Digital Goody Bag

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Members Meeting on the 19th June. It’s such a pleasure to see so many people enjoying the day and learning from each other.

It’s really important to us that members have the opportunity to continue conversations after the event. That’s why we’ve created a slack workspace to make it easy to connect with other members. If you would like to be invited to join this online community, sign up here

In addition to this, Chris Williams (Change, Grow, Live) ran a fantastic networking session and is hoping to buddy people up based on the information shared at the event… watch this space!

Sessions

How to become an inclusive leader in the charity sector

Danny Kalman, Ella forums

Danny ran a highly interactive session and covered: 

  • How inclusive leadership can support the recruitment
  • Inclusive leadership for improving staff development
  • How to improve retention of staff (whether full-time, part-time or volunteers) with inclusive leadership techniques

About Danny
Danny was previously Global Head of Talent at Panasonic before leaving in 2013 to establish his own talent consultancy. In July last year Danny became CEO of Ella Forums (a charity that promotes good leadership especially focusing on small/medium sized charities with 14 Forums throughout the country).

Improve leaderships, engagement and wellbeing

Shay McConnon, b2pw

With the help of a little magic, Shay led a series of transformational activities about meeting the needs of employees. If you’d like to use these within your organisation, the worksheets can be found below. Shay is also looking for charities to pilot his bp2w system so please get in touch if you’re interested in hearing more.

About Shay
Shay is a psychologist, author and founder of McConnon International, a training and consultancy group specialising in creating winning workplace relationships. McConnon International is best known for An Even Better Place to Work, and employee engagement solution. 

Leadership development with minimal investment is possible

Margaret Burnside, Cake People Development 

The 10 steps to improving leadership were a key element to Margaret’s workshop but she also shared lots of useful resources and information about the apprentice levy.

About Margaret
Margaret is an experienced coach, trainer and facilitator, having worked in Learning and Development for over 30 years. Fellow of the ILM, Member of the IOD and a member of the Engage for Success Guru Group, Margaret works mostly in the areas of leadership development, whether it’s coaching a director to define their vision and strategy or designing and delivering a tailored management development programme.

Enlightened leadership

Peter Lewis, VIP Coaching

In this session, Peter shared various leadership techniques. 

    • Leadership styles and how to become an enlightened leader 
    • Leading and embedding a coaching culture 
    • Enlightened leadership action plan

His worksheets, workbooks and slides can be found below.

About Peter
With over 25 years in learning and development, and the last twelve years devoted to the third sector, Peter has helped leaders and managers to improve performance through their people by focusing on employee engagement, effective communication, and cultural change. 

RoadMap Enrol, Negative Reporting & Clear Lessons Video Platform
Josh Willcock, CLC

Josh’s session included:

  • A non-technical recap of the new enrolment process
  • How new developments affect reporting
  • Clear Lessons – the new video platform

About Josh 
Josh is Head of Technology at the Charity Learning Consortium. With a degree in design and valuable experience in technology giants, Josh joined the CLC in 2014. Josh created the RoadMap feature set, fixes bugs, and regularly contributes to the Moodle Community.

Closing key note – Leadership lessons from 25 years at the NCVO

Sir Stuart Etherington, NCVO

Sir Stuart shared insightful advice on where leadership is progressing and what future leaders will need to become successful.

About Sir Stuart
Sir Stuart Etherington was appointed Chief Executive of NCVO in 1994. NCVO is a membership organisation that represents the interests of charities and voluntary bodies. It has over 13,000 member organisations. Previously he was Chief Executive of the Royal National Institute for Deaf People, a major UK charity.
Throughout his career he has been involved in the leadership of voluntary organisations and policies surrounding them. As such he has become a leading commentator, both through his writing and his media profile.

Our Learning Journey
Royal Voluntary Service  

Stacie, Jen & Peter took us on a journey from where they were when they joined the CLC to where they are now. Their three tips: 

    • Encourage self-help
    • Have a one stop shop for learning 
    • Invest in your learning culture

If you’d like to chat to the RVS team about their case study, please contact Jen on Jen.Williams@royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk.

About Royal Voluntary Service
In every corner of Britain, Royal Voluntary Service mobilises volunteers to support those in need, in hospital and in the community. Through the gift of voluntary service, their volunteers provide much-needed support for over-stretched public services and for people as they age.

Announcements and info

Martin Baker

Martin shared a number of links and references throughout the day. Click on the slides below to the view them all. They include: 

  • Towards Maturity 
  • Liggy Webb’s bite-sized books 
  • The next eLN event 
  • Whether CLC members are fans of marmite or not! 

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