About this event
Most charities and projects have a strategy, but does yours meet the challenges of the ‘new normal’? Will redefining your charity’s role help you to meet rising demand in a difficult funding environment? Can you achieve greater social justice by taking a different approach? What opportunities are there to address your causes in new ways, collaborate with new partners, and use new social assets? Can you change the system? How flexible and adaptable is your strategy?
This seminar will explore how charities are redefining their roles and strategies to address today’s social issues. Speakers include:
- Anna Bird, Executive Director of Policy and Research, Scope
- Rashid Iqbal, Chief Executive, The Winch
- Iona Joy, Head of Charities, NPC
This event is part of our Leading Impact series of seminars. Other dates in the series are:
- How to develop a learning organisation, 30 April 2019
- Reporting and reviewing impact: what good looks like, 23 May 2019
Our annual conference is designed to help charities keep pace with change and anticipate new trends and innovations to ensure their organisations are always maximising their social impact.
Without strategy, charities and social enterprises will struggle to create impact. This guidance shares how NPC approaches strategy development and includes our strategy triangle, which has been specially tailored for the charity sector.
Whether you’re a leader or an evaluation practitioner, it's helpful to know how best you can influence how your colleagues collect, analyse and use data to make decisions.
In this short practical guide, we outline how charities can turn their raw data into wisdom and informed action.