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4-in-1 Managers' training pack

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Whether you’re a CEO, seasoned manager or looking for the next step up – this 4-in-1 managers’ training pack is for you. With more than 2 hours of video content with additional learning materials included, the courses cover everything from planning, implementing and evaluating your team’s work for the first time to improving your organisation’s effectiveness and competitiveness in this tough economic climate.

What's included?

  • 4 online training courses (totalling more than 2 hours): 
  1. New manager's guide to planning, delegating and setting performance goals
  2. Managing change in your non profit
  3. Essential leadership skills
  4. How to be resilient
  • A wealth of useful tools and resources to help you implement and improve upon what you've learned

Watch a preview of the 'New manager's guide'

About the trainers

From 1994 to 2010, Michael Triff worked in a range of international, national, and regional charities, both in the UK and USA, including ten years as a senior manager.  He currently serves as the Director of Philanthropy for Abingdon School. Through Careers for a Cause, he licenses resource packs to charities that wish to run their own in-house management training and leadership development programme or courses.

Angela Eden's career has a consistent theme of working across the boundary between communities of interest. She started her career in education, moved to community development and management training, and currently works with organisations. She trained in Social Policy (London School of Economics) Organisation Consultancy (Tavistock), and as a Mediator (School of Psychotherapy and Counselling). Her consultancy practice is focused on improving communication between different groups in the structure, personal role consultation, and wider systemic issues. She researches and writes about leadership, mediation and coaching.
Andrew Forrest is a principal consultant with the Centre for Charity Effectiveness at Cass Business School. He was previously Learning & Development Director of a national charity. He is an experienced coach and conference chair. His interests are leadership, new forms of personal development, and evaluation of training. Andrew has written five books of which the latest is '50 ways towards a learning organisation'.

Nick Price set up Organisational Advice and Support in 2008. He has extensive experience of working across voluntary, public and quasi-private sectors at frontline, director and board levels. Nick has a track-record of leadership with senior teams, providing authoritative direction, clarity of purpose and practical support and is skilled at delivering complex, multi-site businesses (including social enterprises) achieving substantial growth and meeting their key business objectives. Nick now works with organisations helping them to improve their effectiveness and increase their impact.


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We also run a range of classroom based courses on a variety of topics throughout the year.

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