ACEVO podcast to question sector CEOs on leadership

Written by David Adams

ACEVO has launched a new podcast about and for leaders in civil society. The Leadership Worth Sharing podcast uses an interview format, with ACEVO chief executive Vicky Browning talking to civil society organisation leaders about their careers and their views on leadership in the sector. Guests being interviewed during the first season include Alison Lowe (Touchstone), Josh MacAlister (Frontline), Kate Lee (CLIC Sargent), Girish Menon (ActionAid), Duncan Dunlop (Who Cares? Scotland) and Ruth Taylor (Abortion Support Network).

All episodes of the podcast will be available on Soundcloud; and ACEVO says episodes should also be available on Spotify, Google Podcasts, iTunes and Deezer soon. A transcription of each interview will be available via ACEVO’s blog. ACEVO plans to release a new episode every three weeks. The first, 30 minute episode, featuring an interview with Alison Lowe is live now.

ACEVO says the podcast “will champion the dedication, professionalism, quality and expertise of civil society leaders and the role and impact they and their organisations have in public life”.

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