We’re taking our special charity sustainability workshop on the road this autumn. We’re visiting London, York, Manchester and Birmingham to share our popular training and free resources. Early bird rates are available for the first 10 bookings made before 23rd September – More details and booking information can be found here.
With funding in decline and demand on the rise, charities, social enterprises and public services are struggling for survival and long-term sustainability. Based on the popular ‘Lasting Difference’ toolkit, this practical workshop introduces the paradoxes, principles and practices of sustainable organisations. We explore the most common sustainability challenges and why they are more manageable than we might think. The five ‘sustainability’ capabilities are also introduced, with time for participants to explore their own real-life sustainability challenge or question, among supportive peers:
The event is particularly suitable for managers and project coordinators but it will also suit trustees, business development people or fundraisers, or anyone who wants to improve the sustainability of their project, organisation or sector. (The learning is just as valuable to membership bodies and funders).
To get the most out of the workshop, we’ll ask you to download the Lasting Difference toolkit and complete the self-assessment in advance. This will prepare you for developing realistic sustainability plans for your project or organisation on completion of the course. By the end of the workshop, you will have:
Feedback from our previous workshops:
‘Brilliant! This workshop was so valuable, informative and inclusive.’
‘Fantastic workshop and toolkit. Really exciting stuff.’
‘Great content, very useful and immediately actionable with my team. Wonderful energy and excellent presentation skills.’
‘Really good toolkit…especially exit strategies and continuing the lasting difference.’
‘Great workshop! Covered everything in a very comprehensive and easy to understand way.’
Please click here to book your place in London.