NCVO Webinar: Making decisions in tough times

  • Quarter day
  • Communications
  • Leadership
  • Governance and trustees
  • Webinar
  • Impact
  • Planning and strategy
As voluntary organisations emerge from the immediate crisis of Covid-19, rapid and significant decisions will need to be made about the future. Senior leaders and trustees will need to make choices about services, programmes and resources under conditions of great uncertainty.
Date: | 11 June 2020
Time: | 14:00-14.45

This webinar is now full. The recording will be available afterwards on NCVO's Coronavirus pages.

The webinar will be presented by Alex Farrow and Jenny Potkins, our in-house consultants focusing on strategy, impact and organisational development. Find out more about our strategy work here.
 
As voluntary organisations emerge from the immediate crisis of covid-19, rapid and significant decisions will need to be made about the future. Senior leaders and trustees will need to make choices about services, programmes and resources under conditions of great uncertainty. 

What does the webinar cover?

Throughout the webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • the big strategic challenges (and some opportunities) facing the voluntary sector
  • the critical decisions facing charity leadership now
  • balancing immediate and strategic choices
  • how to make good decisions in a time of crisis

The session will be interactive and be followed by a 15-minute Q and A session.

Who should join the webinar?

This webinar is open to all but will be particularly useful for trustees and senior charity leaders.

How to book

The webinar is free. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
 
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Can't make the webinar?

Don't worry, the recording  will be available afterwards on NCVO's Coronavirus pages.

Pricing

This event is free for NCVO members. There may be a charge to attend if you are a non-member. Please check the event overview or click the 'REGISTER' button for more details.