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  • Beneficiary involvement: the basics

    What beneficiary involvement is all about.

  • Benefits and risks of collaborative working

    How to ensure your collaboration is a success

  • How to deal with a challenging panel

    Every Fair Share Trust panel is unique to its local area. When working properly, they consist of people who represent a wide variety of interests and services, all of whom have an active part to play in the community and who work with Local Agents to set local Fair Share Trust priorities and award funding. It’s unsurprising that clashes of opinions occur. While it’s important to encourage passion for the work of the Fair Share Trust, some areas have encountered small groups or individuals whose enthusiasm is counterproductive, making it difficult to reach a consensus.

  • Scenario planning - a chief executive's view

    How sexual health advice provider, Brook, used scenarios to stimulate strategic thinking.

  • Leeds University Union: strategy review

    A practical walk through the strategy review process, with examples of their one-page plan and board reports.

  • Collaboration options

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

  • Involving people in strategy development

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

  • A learning organisation

    By encouraging new thinking, questioning minds and teamwork, a learning organisation adapts and flourishes.

  • 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.

  • How to innovate

    In a tough marketplace, organisations and individuals have to be innovative in order to provide better products and services than their competitors. This ‘How to’ provides some basic principles to develop your personal and organisational attitude to innovation regardless of the size of your income or supporter base. 

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