Strategic Change Boards – Charities

Our partners at The Change Maker Group believe that they have a responsibility to leave a legacy of Change Makers who can shape society, doing remarkable things for the people around them. This is one of the reasons why they set up The Change Maker Community; to help you make an impact and contribution in your community, charity, or voluntary organisation, wherever you are in the world …

It’s a worthy cause and one that I’m pleased to be a part off. This week I was the guest Change Maker on the final Strategy Change Board that began in 2020. This particular Strategic Change Board brought together Charity sector leaders with peers, from across the industry. Through 6 facilitated, 90 minute sessions we helped the group explore challenges, share insight and co-create solutions to the most pressing issues they face. This Strategic Change Board was around the topic:

5 Steps to survive 2020 and thrive in 2021

Simon Phillips, the founder of The Change Maker Group, facilitated this Board. Each month he was joined by a different Change Maker who focused on a particular aspect of Strategic Change.

This week I joined Simon and the Strategic Change Board to discuss Execution. Effective Execution is one of the most misunderstood elements of strategic change. 

It was a fun session, and a fitting one to end this Strategic Board series.

I’m pleased to say that there will be more Strategic Change Boards, from the Change Makers Community. The Change Maker Group will be running Strategic Change Boards for other industries. I’m looking forward to continuing with both ventures.

If you are interested in finding out more about how Strategic Change Boards can assist your organisation, then let me know!



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