Krystyna Gadd suggests an approach to managing stakeholders to become more business focused and ultimately improve the performance of both individuals and the organisation you work for.
Sir Stuart Etherington has led the NCVO for the last 25 years. He looks back at the changing leadership landscape in the voluntary sector and the dramatically different skill set charity leaders now require.
The onboarding programme at Compassion in World Farming International starts as soon as someone accepts their new job, which might be months before they start work.
Did you know that organisations with spare apprenticeship levy funds can transfer them to your charity?
The first step to improving anything about yourself, including your leadership skills, is to take what you already do to the highest level, says Bob Little.
It’s easy to overlook introverts, part time and flexible workers, and make assumptions about generations X, Y and Z. But everyone has a vital role to play in the potential productivity of your organisation, says Danny Kalman, so ignore them at your peril.