This funding opportunity is about looking to the future and making a bigger change. Comic Relief are looking for organisations that will make a significant contribution to their sector – for example, whether that’s forging new ways of working in the wake of COVID-19, contributing evidence that will move things forward, cross-sector collaboration which recognises the way issues intersect, or advocacy and campaigning work.
UK101 is a free, online programme that enables participants to become part of a more connected generation of future leaders with a clear vision for what their legacy will be.
This free, interactive, online programme, is open to all 18-25 year olds and offers participants the chance to develop their leadership skills using a model which has been co-created with 1,000 young people.
If you’re a leader of an ambitious charity or social enterprise based in mainland UK and experiencing either vast challenges and new opportunities in the current climate, one of Pilotlight’s programmes could help you. Applications are now open for three programmes that work in partnership with businesses, to help organisations solve a challenge or opportunity they’re currently facing.
The Greater Manchester VCSE Leadership Group have issued a statement relating to Covid-19 and the VCSE sector in Greater Manchester.
In addition it has also produced a COVID Response update/assessment document highlighting the action taken so far by the Leadership group on behalf of the sector during the current crisis, and the further steps it will be taking in the coming weeks and months.
Sero Coaching, are a brand new coaching practice based in Manchester. Sero Coaching have availability to coach 6 clients for 4 weekly 1 hour sessions, free. The offer is open to anyone as long as you are over 18 and are ready for a coach – you could be a CEO or at the start of your career.
Equal Power is a ground-breaking campaign to transform women’s representation at every level of politics.
It’s time for Equal Power: equal representation for women in all our diversity. Women like you are needed to take part.
Equal Power will equip you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to stand for election, or support you to become a leader and campaigner in your local community.
One of the things I’ve said many times over the years is the need to think about volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity as a way of coping with a rapidly changing world. I’m not going to tell you to stop doing that! With a new Government with such a large majority we now know that after years, things will start moving fast…or at least it will look and feel as if they are. That big majority means acceleration. We’re just still waiting to see what direction it will take. Who knows what version of ‘One Nation Conservatism’ we will actually see?
Are you keen to develop your leadership skills?
Do you want to be a leader, but are currently unsure as to how to lead authentically?
Or are you still undecided as to whether you want to be a leader at all?
If the answer is ‘yes’ to any of these questions, the Institute of Fundraising’s Future Leaders Programme can help.
As part of their work on the Our Manchester Voluntary and Community Sector grant programme, The Programme Team, want to develop their approaches, relationships and work with Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority (BAME) voluntary and community organisations and leaders across the city.
The Programme Team will be doing some focussed engagement over the coming months, running sessions and/or visiting organisations, groups and individuals to build on the conversations and generate ideas that they aim to take forward with your support.