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Third Sector Management 16th October 2019
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'Deficient' IT system prompted £22m legal case against NCS Trust
'Deficient' IT system prompted £22m legal case against NCS Trust
The charity, which runs the government's National Citizen Service programme, is being sued by its largest contractor
 
1 Ministry of Justice drops planned changes to probate fee system
 
2 Work together beyond 'suspending mutual loathing for financial gain', BRC chief warns charities
 
3 Regulator 'losing trust and confidence of charities', Directory of Social Change claims
 
4 Sector still has a talent crisis, says Children's Society fundraising lead
 
5 Homelessness charities merge
 
6 RSPCA to close all of its centrally run shops
 
7 Sector must tackle problems faced by charities in poorer regions, says NPC chief
 
8 Look beyond grant-funding, Comic Relief head of investment tells charities
 
9 Community groups urged to apply for funding to rejuvenate high streets
 
10 Greater London Fund for the Blind changes its name
 
11 Charities endorse mental health platform
 
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Opinion
Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better
Marie Staunton: Values-driven leadership enables charities to do their jobs better
Investing in feminist leadership at ActionAid showed how changing behaviours can lead to tangible improvement
 
Craig Dearden Phillips: Founders who leave can perfect the art of succession We all hear the horror stories about succession in our sector, but seldom do we explore how the process could be better Craig Dearden Phillips: Founders who leave can perfect the art of succession
 
Peter Stanford: Big pay for charity chiefs makes me feel queasy In an age of austerity and public sector pay freezes, large salaries and bonuses for charity chiefs do not sit well Peter Stanford: Big pay for charity chiefs makes me feel queasy
 
Simon Blake: Language really matters with mental health issues The words we use are important when it comes to reinforcing or challenging either good or bad attitudes Simon Blake: Language really matters with mental health issues
 
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Podcast
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
Third Sector Podcast #9: #CharitySoWhite
In the latest Third Sector Podcast, we cover racism and representation in the sector, charity leader bonuses and the Tower of London's Choose Your Own Adventure Twitter campaign
 
How to develop your skills in the third sector Partner Content: Presented By Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation We spoke to Alec Green, chief marketing evangelist at Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, for his career advice. How to develop your skills in the third sector
 
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