Charity Times Leadership Conference: Full agenda announced

Leaders from charities including Samaritans, Barnardo's, the National Trust and the Mental Health Foundation are among some of the key speakers at the Charity Times Leadership Conference later this month.

The annual event will be held virtually on 26 May and will focus on the secrets to successful charity leadership in a post-pandemic world.

The conference will offer keynote sessions, case studies, panel discussions, live Q&A's and practical advice on the tools needed to be a successful leader in the 'new normal'.

It is designed for chief executives, chairs, trustees, directors or heads of department of charities of all sizes.

Topics include:

- Authenticity: How personal challenges can shape your authenticity as a leader
- Navigating the return to the office
- Understanding unconscious bias and building more inclusive workplaces
- Using social media as an effective platform for change
- How to prioritise mental health in the workplace
- Fundraising: An update from the regulator
- Boards behaving badly: The changes that need to be made to make trustee boards fit for the future

For the full agenda, click here.

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You can read more information about the event here, and register to attend here. The even is free to members of the Charity Times Leadership Network.

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