Bold Leadership in Uncertain Times is our free conference for charity leaders and Trustees in London.
Join us for our charity leadership conference for London - "Bold leadership in uncertain times" - for Trustees, Chief Executives and community leaders across the capital.
This free event is at City Hall on Friday 18 November 2016, with a conference session 10am-12.30pm, a lunch and networking marketplace 12.30-1.30pm, and then optional afternoon workshops 1.30-3.30pm. We're grateful to Team London and Reach for working with us to make this event free for you to attend.
The conference starts with a plenary session looking at leading through challenging times, with Geraldine Blake (former Chief Executive of Community Links) and Steve Wyler (former Chief Executive of Locality) sharing their experiences, then discussing lessons learned with GLV's Chair, Cameron Fitzwilliam-Grey. For more details about our presenters please see our speaker biographies page.
We'll then move on to a panel discussion, exploring current leadership challenges in uncertain times. Panellists will include Seb Elsworth (Chief Executive of the Access Foundation), Nancy Kelley (Director of Policy Research Centre at NatCen Social Research), Srabani Sen OBE (Programme Director for "The Way Ahead: Civil Society at the Heart of London"), and Neal Green (Senior Policy Advisor at the Charity Commission). As well as hearing from the panel on their experiences, you'll be able to ask questions and join the debate, looking at everything from social investment through to digital transformation.
After the conference sessions there's a free networking lunch with a marketplace of organisations able to help you in your role in leading charities and community groups in London, before an afternoon of optional workshops looking at good governance, the changing funding landscape, and legal updates.
We hope you'll be able to join us and over 200 other delegates from organisations across London, helping to give you the ideas, inspiration and knowledge to make a real difference for our communities through these uncertain times.
18th November 2016 - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The Queen's Walk
The Queen's Walk
Phone: 0207 125 0151
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