Strategy for growth and development
If you're interested in what makes a good charity with a well-led strategy process then NCVO's Strategy for growth and development course is ideal for you.
|Date||18 - 19 May 2017|
|Time||09.30 - 16.30|
|Location||NCVO Conference Suite, London N1|
This course draws on NCVO's cutting-edge thinking that has been developed from our strategy work with a range of charities over many years, to ensure that you keep your beneficiaries or cause at the heart of your future, while responding to changing times.
- Day one is an introduction to strategy giving a theoretical focus.
- Day two helps you put your learning into practice by making a meaningful strategy.
By the end of the two days, you will be able to:
- identify what leading a good strategy process involves
- develop ways of thinking about what strategy includes
- participate in using tools to create an effective strategy
- design ideas about how best to lead your organisation's strategy process to take away
- apply with confidence what you learn within your own organisation.
Who should attend?
The course is designed for people who are responsible for leading the development of organisational strategy, typically CEOs, senior managers and trustees.
Please note: the focus for this course is on medium-term organisational strategy, and not annual operational planning.
This has been an excellent course which I have thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you Srabani.
– Kathryn Buckman, National Women's Register
Who runs it?
Srabani Sen OBE is an NCVO consultant working at board level on issues of leadership, strategy and campaigning. She has a decade’s experience as a successful chief executive and over 20 year's experience as an effective board member. With a strong track record of transformational change, she is passionate about organisational effectiveness, strategy and governance for the needs of beneficiaries and customers in a meaningful and measurable way. Srabani’s chief executive roles include the British Association of Adoption and Fostering, Contact a Family and Alcohol Concern. Through her work in the voluntary sector, Srabani has built a high profile in the press, regularly appearing on national media such as BBC Breakfast, Sky News and the Today Programme. She was awarded an OBE in 2013 for her work with children and families.
Prices include a free copy of the NCVO publication, Tools for Tomorrow, which is a practical guide to strategic planning for voluntary organisations.
Our pricing structure is based on your organisation’s gross annual income. We also offer a 30% discount for NCVO members.
Not quite what you are looking for?If you are interested in risk management in the sector, then our one day course on charity risk may be of interest.
Would you like to run this training for your organisation?
We offer bespoke and in-house training on a range of topics, including governance and leadership, sustainable funding and strategy development. For more information, please complete our online contact form.