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20 June 2023

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence can be a tricky subject to wrap our heads around. This blog by member Dave Jarrold aims to help us both to understand and to use it.

3 October 2022

Of Queens, Kings and AGMs

Whatever you think of the monarchy, the way the accession of King Charles III was announced holds lessons for good practice in charity (and CIC) governance.


17 November 2021

Feast, famine and feeling the fear

Aye, we’ve all been there, hovering over a draft email, fearful of firing it off into other folks’ inboxes. But as the saying goes, feel the fear and do it anyway.

21 October 2021

Pitch perfect

Pitching for work can be a stressful, time consuming and lonely business for specialist consultants like us. How do we strike that elusive balance to become pitch perfect?

22 September 2021

Charity Finances – Walking the Tightrope

It often feels like charities need to engage in a finely tuned balancing act – being able to demonstrate a compelling enough need for funding whilst presenting a sufficiently reassuring picture to convince funders to commit their money. Is this a contradiction?