NCVO webinar: Rebalancing the relationship: Successful collaboration with other charities
Throughout the pandemic, charity leaders have repeatedly emphasised the need to collaborate with other charities. But what does good collaboration look like? How can organisations work in more collaborative ways? This webinar will be an opportunity to learn about the practical steps you and your organisation can take to work in more collaborative ways with larger and smaller organisations. You will have the chance to hear directly from leaders of charities about their experiences of collaboration and ask any questions.
This webinar follows the launch of a report on competition and collaboration between larger and smaller charities and social enterprises by NCVO, ACEVO and Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales at the end of January 2021. This work has particularly focused on the experiences and practices of organisations delivering public services and operating in the competitive commissioning environment.
What does the webinar cover?
By the end of the webinar you will:
understand the benefits of collaboration between organisations delivering public services
identify the different ways of collaborating within the competitive commissioning environment
understand internal organisational factors that can make it easier to collaborate with other organisations
learn how to work effectively with groups and organisations smaller than your own.
Who should join the webinar?
This webinar is open to all but will be particularly useful for charities that are commissioned to deliver public services. This webinar could be of particular interest to CEOs, trustees, service managers and heads of business development.
How to book
Register here. The webinar is free. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Can't make the webinar?
Don't worry, register anyway. We are recording the webinar and if you've registered you will receive an email with a link to the recording.
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.