Your digital goody bag…

June Members’ Meeting | 15th June 2022 | Glasgow

It was so great to be back in Glasgow for our first Scottish members’ meeting in nearly three years.

Our Head of Membership, Rosie Haighton, kicked off the day with an update on some of the projects we’ve been working on recently. Scroll down or click here for links to these resources.

In this digital goody bag you will also find a summary of each session, as well as slides and links mentioned by the speakers.

Sessions and workshops

Holistic resilience in third sector leadership
Patricia Armstrong OBE, Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations (ACOSVO)

Recent research has shown that the sector leaders are at risk of (or are already) burning out. In this session, Patricia shared how we can ensure that sector leaders at all levels look after themselves when balancing the passion for the cause with their own wellbeing in these ever changing times. She also explored how we ensure that our future leaders consider what support they need to put in place to best prepare themselves for the road ahead. 

Member case study: Wellbeing at work

Gwen Wells, Right There

“I listened to people and asked them what they thought wellbeing should look like at Right
There. I researched what was happening in other places.
In this fantastic session, Gwen explained how she developed a wellbeing strategy at Right There, based on feedback from her staff and volunteers. 

Pain-free induction design

Gill Chester, Founder and Lead Developer at Little Man Project

In this interactive workshop, Gill explored a model that you can use to design induction programmes for staff and/or volunteers. She shared the ‘stepping stones’ to follow and build upon until you have a framework for your programme.
Below you can find a digital version of The little book of Induction and in the slides there are free templates to design your own programme.

Boosting skills boosts performance
Andrew Jacobs, Llarn Learning Services

Jo Wright

Useful resources from the Charity Learning Consortium

The Charity Learning Index

The CL Index is a new assessment tool exclusively for members of the CLC. The questionnaire has been created by award-winning learning specialist Andrew Jacobs. Get in touch with your membership manager if you’re ready to take part, or find out more here.

The little book series

We hope you are enjoying the little books that were handed out at the end of the day. If you didn’t manage to get one, or would like to read more in the collection, you can download them all online here.

The Charity Learning Times

If you haven’t managed to get your hands on a copy of The Charity Times newspaper, don’t worry! You can read the digital version, as well as find out all about the benefits of your CLC membership, here.

Charity-specific animations

Topics include volunteering, fundraising and trustees and governance. Videos can also be embedded into the LMS we provide, to complement existing courses and resources and enhance your blended offering. Ask your membership manager to find out more. 

Are you signed up for our next events?

September Members’ Meeting
Virtual, Thursday 15th September 2022

Charity Learning Conference and Awards
London, Thursday 17th November 2022

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