Do you want your organisation to stay ahead of the game?

Want your organisation to stay ahead of the game?

Need help to work out what you want to do?

Come to our conference!

Alive and Kicking: Creating successful strategies

Date: 11 December 2008, 10:00 - 17:00

This conference will help you lead your organisation confidently into the future, more on-mission and proactive.

If you’re responsible for strategic decisions within your organisation, sign up for our conference to spend an inspiring, hands-on day.  You’ll have the opportunity to get fit for the future, arm yourself with tips and planning tools and discover new ideas to revitalise your strategy.

A taster of the workshops:

  • Come Dancing! Step by step strategic planning. You may have read some of Caroline's posts on this website. Now come meet her at this session. Run with Jake Eliot (from NCVO Strategy and Impact and also a member on this site) this practical workshop is for those of you who’ve not done a lot of strategy before. Sign up to this one if you're looking for a step by step approach with tools and practical tips. By the end of the session you’ll have good ideas to get your organisation dancing to your strategic tune!
  • Look out! How to do a foresight analysis. Getting insight into how the world around you might change and affect your organisation is essential to having a sustainable strategy. NCVO Third Sector Foresight team members Megan Griffith Gray and Natalie Williams will give you practical tips and exercises to talk you through doing your very own tailored foresight analysis.

We're offering NCVO Third Sector Foresight network members a chance to win a free second place at the conference! Did you read about it in our latest bulletin? If not, here's the details:

Book your own place before Friday 10 October and email foresight@ncvo-vol.org.uk your top strategic planning tip along with your booking form or a copy of your online confirmation message. Examples of what your tip could be:

  • an insight into a driver that's particularly relevant for your organisation or for a particular sector
  • a pointer on how to get the most out of a planning tool like these
  • ideas on how you've used the website

but feel free to contribute other tips!

Your tips will be shared with the rest of the network - so let us know if you're not happy for us to do this with
yours. We'll choose a winner by 17 October.

There are also early bird discounts! Read more and book a place

Last updated at 15:08 Mon 18/May/09.
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