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  • Collaboration options

    Co-operation, collaboration and mergers - the options for non profit organisations wanting to work together.

  • How to create a Green Action Plan

    We know that climate change and rising energy costs will affect us all, but hard-pressed voluntary organisations and community groups may find it hard to prioritise work on such issues. However we need to remember there is a strong link to issues of social justice – in the UK and around the world the poorest communities are disproportionately affected by climate change. This article gives you tips and ideas for how to develop a sustainable action plan for your organisation.

  • Involving people in strategy development

    One way to involve people is to set up a strategy away day for your non profit organisation.

  • Developing Infrastructure

    Stella Scott - Chief Executive – Erewash Voluntary Action shows how they have developed new plans for the future and managed to engage the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) in Erewash into developing the voluntary sector.

  • How to go from moments to movements

    Social media is full of moments that gather the attention of the target audience and lead to Facebook likes and retweets – and that is great to raise awareness! But if you want to change a behaviour, or raise support and really engage with people, you need to convert awareness into action. In other words, you need to convert moments into movements.

  • KCLSU: a strategy journey

    This interview with Steve Vaid, Chief Executive of King's College London Students' Union (KCLSU), outlines their exciting and involving approach to strategy development.

  • Making the most of your back office services

    South London CVS Partnership share with us what they learnt from a project focusing on making the most of your back office services.

  • How to Engage with your Community

    The Fair Share Trust programme faces some of its most challenging work on a daily basis, work at the heart of the programme: engaging people from within the Fair Share Trust neighbourhoods. What counts as engagement, and what works, are questions that Local Agents have grappled with over the past nine years, and with varying results. Some communities want and need to be led through the involvement of development workers, whereas others emerge from a swell of strong local feeling and opinion.

  • Improving a consultancy business

    The Interlink Foundation looks at improving their consultancy offer with different charging models and toolkits.

  • Making sense of your environment

    The better you understand external drivers, the more likely you are to make the right strategic decisions for your organisation.

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