Wrigleys' Charity Leadership Forum: Emerging from lockdown – lessons learnt: the good, the bad and the ugly
Free to attend
Due to the popularity of our recent Charity Leadership Forum, we have decided to hold another forum, on the same topic, so that those who missed out last time have another opportunity to participate.
The intention is that the Charity Leadership Forum will become a regular event throughout the year. The format will be a round table discussion with a focus on a different topic each time. The forum will be carried out under the Chatham House Rule and will provide an opportunity for discussion, knowledge and experience sharing.
As we emerge from lockdown and take tentative steps to reacquaint ourselves with “normal” life (whatever that may be), it is important that we take time to reflect on what the sector and organisations have achieved over the last year in extraordinary circumstances. Progress that may have taken years to have achieve prior to the pandemic has been made in huge leaps and in very short timescales. Now that things have (hopefully) settled a bit, it is also important to take a step back, reflect on what went well and what could have gone better, capitalise on the positives and steady the ship where things may have perhaps fallen short. Strong governance has an important role to play in this process and will stand your organisation in good stead for whatever the future holds.
The forum will provide you with an opportunity to explore this area with your peers and in particular to discuss the challenges you face on a day to day basis and to share know how.
We have deliberately limited the numbers for the forum to create an environment conducive to free discussion and therefore, we anticipate that this forum will quickly be fully booked so please do sign up early to avoid disappointment. This is also limited to one individual per organisation.
Bookings are limited to one individual per organisation.
Welcome and introduction
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