In this episode, we chat to Caron Bradshaw, the Chief Executive Officer of Charity Finance Group and Yassine Sengor, Inclusion and Equity Manager at Impact Culture and Director at Confronting Change, Diversity & Inclusion Strategies. This final episode of our Difficult Conservations series will offer insights into how we can better create cultures of learning within organisations, where people can share current thoughts and be open to challenge.
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E169 - Tips For Digital With Chris Rushbrooke
55:31In this episode, recorded a few weeks ago, I speak with Chris Rushbrooke, Chief Bear at Northern Bear. We speak about Chris’ career to date, the life lessons he has learn’t along the way including mental health and how bad work experiences have driven him to setup his own company, which focuses on working with charities and companies with strong ethical causes. We speak about Colin the Caterpillar, and what this can tell us about what charities could and should be doing with how they approach their supporters. The theme of this episode though is what charities should be thinking about when it comes to providing a digital offering to their specific audience.
E168 - Advent Of Change With Kristina Salceanu
40:37In this episode we speak with Kirstina Salceanu about what led her to setup and run Advent for Change. We speak about the support that this gives to charities, the journey that Kristina embarked upon to get where she is today, and what charities can learn from it. This episode covers some areas that we have covered before, but acts as a solid reminder that driving change comes with some costs and yet can galvanise others in such a way that brings a great deal of satisfaction for all.
E167 - Offering Young People A Brighter Future With Diane Vernon
33:17In this episode I speak with Diane Vernon, Founder and Chief Executive of Employability UK. We speak about the pressures and stresses that young people are having to deal with, and how Diane, her team and volunteers are helping to meet these challenges. We speak about the inevitable impact of Covid-19 on the work Diane does with young people and those wishing to support them. We speak about volunteering and what this can do for young people and those who volunteer too.
E166 - Social Issues And Charities With Dan Corry
38:17In this episode, we speak with Dan Corry, CEO of New Philanthropy Capital (NPC). We recap on some of the funding challenges faced by charities since the pandemic started. We touch on the government’s levelling-up agenda and what place charities have in helping to deliver this. We also touch on a variety of other things, including mission-drift, and how charities need to weigh the needs of donors with the needs of beneficiaries and what developing a better approach with donors or funders to deliver more efficiently and effectively might look like.
E165 - Why Young Trustees? With Amelia Ireland And Kate Roberts
28:18In this episode we speak with Amelia Ireland and Kate Roberts about being young trustees, why there is such a need for young trustees of charities and how they can go about diversifying their boards.
E164 - Difficult Conversations part 3 with Caron Bradshaw and Yassine Senghor
1:07:29In this episode, we chat to Caron Bradshaw, the Chief Executive Officer of Charity Finance Group and Yassine Sengor, Inclusion and Equity Manager at Impact Culture and Director at Confronting Change, Diversity & Inclusion Strategies. This final episode of our Difficult Conservations series will offer insights into how we can better create cultures of learning within organisations, where people can share current thoughts and be open to challenge.
E163 - The Profession Of Fundraising With Ian MacQuillin
29:31In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Ian MacQuillin, Founder and Director of Rogare, the fundraising think tank, about professional fundraising and the profession of fundraising. We speak about what the difference between these two definitions is and why both deserve consideration. We touch on ethics in fundraising, professional qualifications, and some of the sources for fundraisers who wish to develop their own knowledge.
E162 - Difficult Conversations part 2 with Adam Tulloch and Hannah Wilson
35:51This is the second episode in our Difficult Conversations series. The series will explore creating safe spaces for conversations around Diversity Equality and Inclusion (DEI), how to be an ally and get your team on board, and being ok with getting things wrong and making genuine changes. In this episode, we’re joined by Adam Tulloch, Founder & Chief Executive of Total Insight Theatre, an award-winning charity that uses the arts to transform the lives of children and young people, and Hannah Wilson, Founder and Director of Diverse Educators, an intersectional community of educators who are passionate about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
E161 - Digital Charity Raffles With Sebastian Hansen
32:25In this episode we speak with Sebastian Hansen about the pros and cons of charities holding their own raffles or getting involved in existing raffles, and why raffles and gaming might be a great option for some charities to raise funds. We also touch on the ethics, regulations, and challenges of holding raffles and lotteries and what charities should consider when doing so.
E160 - Difficult Conversations part 1 with John Cornejo and Lily Lewis
59:50This episode is part one of three in the Difficult Conversations series. The series will explore creating safe spaces for conversations around D&I, how to be an ally and get your team on board, and being ok with getting things wrong and making genuine changes. In this episode, we’re joined by Jon Cornejo, anti-racism consultant with JMB Consulting and campaign organiser with Charity So White and Lily Lewis, Founder and CEO of The Pocressi Initiative and workshop facilitator for Let's Talk About Race.