Course – Strategic Planning for Trustees on 15/02/18

To book a place, please click on the link below – 

https://www.socialenterprise.academy/scot/whats-on/strategic-planning-for-trustees-400

 Strategic Planning for Trustees

Strategic Planning for Trustees is for people who are directors, trustees or steering group members of voluntary, community, charity and other third sector organisations. It will also be beneficial for staff who work closely with trustees and directors.

 

Time: 9.30am-4.00pm

 

Duration:

1 Day

Contact:

Lorna Jamieson

Email:

lorna@socialenterprise.academy

Telephone:

01463 238 088

Price:

Fully Funded

Third sector organisations can lose sight of what it is they are trying to achieve, and how they are going about this. It can also be difficult to anticipate how the environment they work in might change, let alone make plans to manage this change. Strategic Planning for Trustees looks at how an organisation works to achieve its social objectives, and enables trustees and directors to plan for and manage change. The respective roles of staff and directors in this process are explored. We look at succession planning and ‘future proofing’ against social and economic changes. We will close with action planning for key steps to be taken to ensure organisations are sustainable in the long term.

 

Programme Details 

This one day programme is running across five locations. On the booking form, you will have the option to select which one you would like to attend.

 

 

DATE

LOCATION

TUTOR

1

17 January 2018

Elgin

Lorna Campbell

2

7 February 2018

Inveraray

James Hilder 

3

13 February 2018

Strathpeffer

Lorna Campbell

4

15 February 2018

Wick

Lorna Campbell

5

8 March 2018

Fort William

James Hilder 

 

Learners 

This programme is for directors and trustees of third sector organisations, and people who work with directors and trustees.

 

Your Tutors 

James Hilder 

James is Director of his local community development trust, and its trading subsidiary which has developed a micro hydro scheme and is now undertaking a community asset transfer from the local authority.

James delivers business support as a subcontractor to the Scottish Government's Just Enterprise programme, which also run in partnership through the Academy. He has facilitated a number of national forums, undertaken assignments for the Development Trusts Association Scotland and is a member of the Impact & Innovation Committee advising the Board of Foundation Scotland. He was involved in the successful merger of the Argyll CVS and the Volunteer Centre and has chaired a number of partnerships involving participants with widely differing perspectives.

Lorna Campbell 

Lorna is a strong advocate of personal empowerment as the key to building capacity and success in organisations. She believes that it is only through investment in ourselves that we find the power to improve and grow our organisations.

Lorna has strategic organisational development experience as a non-executive director in two roles. The first as a founder member of REAL (Real Education Active Lives), a social enterprise working with school pupils on food production and marketing, and also in her role with Scotland UnLtd / Firsport.

 

 

 

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