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Latest Management Good Practice
Religion can be a divisive subject among charity staff - but sometimes it's better just to keep the peace and save our energy for providing services to our service users, writes Martin Edwards
Emma De Vita reviews the new book by Dr Jack Lewis and Adrian Webster, which tells readers how to optimise their brain power
The head of Women's Aid says the charity is committed to speaking out on behalf of the most vulnerable, despite fears that the lobbying act could be damaging
Valerie Morton advises a reader who is worried about what the arrival of a new chief executive will mean for their job
Latest Management News
- Charity Commission appoints Paula Sussex as its next chief executive
- Debra Allcock Tyler questions experience of new Charity Commission chief executive
- Musicians made redundant by National Theatre 'have strong case for breach of contract'
- Half of charities say they have improved transparency, says report
- Third sector workers are happier with their bosses than last year, survey finds
- Blue Cross employee's death was suicide, inquest rules
- Girlguiding's Julie Bentley on BBC list of influential women
- British Heart Foundation's director of policy and communications to retire
- Last chance to take part in Charity Pulse survey
- RSPCA's most senior staffer John Grounds quits suddenly
How charities are affected by funding cuts and the recession.
My Week: Clare Algar leads a dialogue on humanitarian action The executive director of Reprieve, the charity that works on death penalty cases and tackles human rights abuses, recounts her week
My Week: Brenda Kelly totes a giant cheque in the name of sport The Northern Ireland manager for Sported, the sporting legacy charity of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, recounts her week
My Week: Angie Morris shows the youngsters her sails technique The commanding officer of the TS Royalist, operated by youth charity Sea Cadets, recounts her week
My Week: Deirdra Taylor wants blood - and a slice of cake The director of communications and donor relations at Delete Blood Cancer UK recounts her week
My Week: Steph Crossland gets babies accustomed to the water The service coordinator at PSS Fitmums in Barnsley recounts her week
Follow the changes to the infrastructure and capacity of the UK voluntary sector and its support organisations.
Latest Management Comment
Changing the world is an urgent task - sometimes you just have to get on with it or you'll miss the moment, writes Matthew Sherrington
Advice and commentary on charity mergers for chairs, trustees and senior managers. Plus case studies of who has merged and why.
How charities can measure and communicate their impact on their cause area.
Confessions Of A Chief Executive
Good fundraisers are risk-takers, writes our columnist - but they need an ethical kick up the backside every now and again
Latest jobs Jobs web feed
- Insight Operations Manager ecdp £26,544 - £32,563 per annum , Chelmsford, Essex
- HR Service Manager CAFOD £38,634 - £40,178 pa, London
- Policy and Advocacy Manager The Ramblers' Association £33,160 - £44,686 per annum (depending on experience), Vauxhall
- Chief Executive The Fire Fighters Charity Competitive remuneration and benefits package, Basingstoke, Hampshire
- Supporter Development & Retention Manager Action for Children £39,511 - £43,120 pa, Watford
- Sector disappointed by Guardian decision to end free online volunteering adverts
- Why do we find consultation and decision-making so hard?
- Charities set to benefit from record-breaking donations at Sunday's London Marathon
- Charity Commission's financial situation is 'unsustainable', chair says
- Nicky Morgan retains charity and voluntary sector ministerial brief after promotion
- Maria Miller donates ministerial pay-off to local autism charity
- Date: Thu 13 Mar 2014 - Fri 16 May 2014
- Venue: Leeds
- Date: Wed 23 Apr 2014 - Wed 23 Apr 2014
- Venue: Westminster
- Date: Wed 30 Apr 2014 - Wed 30 Apr 2014
- Venue: London
Third Sector Insight
Predicting Future Donor Behaviour to Maximise Funds (Document)
The majority of traditional charity donors are ...
A Digital Face-to-Face Revolution (Document)
Face-to-face fundraising is without doubt the m...
UK Corporate Citizenship In The 21st Century (Document)
This expert report asks 'What role should ...