Talent Management: Achieving fundraising excellence

Talent Management: Achieving fundraising excellence

Date: Tuesday 21st Mar 2017

Town/City: Westminster

Location: London

Venue: Institute of Fundraising - London

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A must for future-proofing your fundraising strategy.

This event will explore the place of talent, skills and development in achieving fundraising excellence in a fast changing world.

If keeping and developing talent is one of your charity's biggest internal challenges, you are not alone. Hear from a variety of fundraising professionals in this interactive event and take away some practical tips to implement in your charity.




14:00 - Registration and refreshments

Chair –Imogen Ward, Aldrich & Ward

14:30 - Fundraising talent in a (rapidly) changing world

As fundraising and fundraisers go digital, and social media and mass electronic communication move to the centre of engagement strategies, this session will explore the attitudes, skills and behaviours that are required of 21st century relationship fundraisers. 
Drawing on case studies from leading charities, this interactive session will reflect on current experience, as well as wider world practice, providing insight and practical responses to growing individual fundraising talent and team performance.

Carole Milligan, CALT Associates

Luke Mallett, Assistant Director, Regional Transformation,  CLIC Sargent

Gary Kernahan Head of Regional Development, Muscular Dystrophy UK

Tim Diggle, Head of Fundraising, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

15:30 - Coffee and networking
15:45 - Implementing an effective talent management strategy

How do you ensure that you have the right talent in your team to achieve your objectives? Hear from this expert panel about their experience and expertise on the practical aspects of developing effective teams as well as implementing a talent management strategy.

Paul Farthing, CEO - Fundraising, The Aspinall Foundation

Simon Dickson, Senior Consultant, THINK Consulting Solutions

16:45 - Closing remarks 


IoF Individual member or those working at an IoF Organisational Member - £50

Booking as non-member?

Non member not-for-profit rate - £75

Commercial organisation rate - £100 

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