Best of the blogs: future voluntary sector leaders, developing talent in the sector, trustees' knowledge of fundraising and donor thank-you messages

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Philip Monaghan, chief executive of strategy consultancy at thinktank Infrangilis, looks at what type of voluntary sector leader there will be in 2017 and why leaders need to reflect on their skills in these austere times.

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More needs to be done to increase the talent in the sector because charity chief executives are often recruited from outside organisations, meaning that many employees get overlooked, says Keith Mogford, chief executive of Skills – Third Sector.

Read Mogford’s blog

Fundraising consultant Giles Pegram questions whether trustees know enough about fundraising and highlights the questions trustees should be asking their fundraising directors.

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Charity marketing expert Charles Brunsdon says the Wikimedia Foundation’s 'thank-you' message for donors is a great example for charities to follow.

Read Brunsdon’s blog

Topics:
Communications

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