Best of the blogs: demonstrating social impact, improving staff effectiveness, the Charity Commission's handling of the Cup Trust case, lead conversion and growing income

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

It's not as expensive and time-consuming as some people may think to demonstrate social impact, argues David Floyd, managing director of Social Spider CIC. 

Read Floyd’s blog

Jessica Pryce-Jones, joint founder of the iOpener Institute for People and Performance, gives her tips for voluntary sector leaders who want to improve the effectiveness and motivation of their colleagues.

Read Pryce-Jones’s blog

Sir Stephen Bubb writes that he agrees with Sir Stuart Etheringon that the Charity Commission’s handling of the Cup Trust case has brought the sector into disrepute.

Read Bubb’s blog

The fundraiser Sarah Clifton offers advice on how to convert your leads.

Read Clifton’s blog

Bernard Ross, director of management consultancy =mc, picks out the main considerations for charities that want to grow their income.

Read Ross’s blog

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