Best of the blogs: what makes a good leader, why the sector needs more commercial talent, celebrity supporters and why women give money

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

One of the most distinguishing features of voluntary sector leaders is a strong and fierce commitment to their beneficiaries, which means they aren’t just doing a job – they are on a mission, says Sir Stephen Bubb.

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The voluntary sector needs more commercial talent to survive funding cuts, says David McHattie from Barclays Corporate.

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Celebrity supporters are more than just volunteers - they’re donors, because they are donating time for which they could charge, argues the Charity Celebrity blog.

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The Advice for Good blog looks at the differences in the philanthropic makeup of men and women and says charitable giving is better understood through psychographics rather than demographics.

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