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Leadership: From potential to the finished article

Hold on to your hats! This is a half day interactive workshop on leadership development. When: Thursday 9th May 2019 at 10:00 – 13:00 BST Where: British Library Business & IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB How Much: £25, inclusive of VAT and eventbrite fees To book: visit eventbrite Read more »

Introduction to Social Enterprise

Explore and understand this global phenomenon, and learn how you too can change the world. When: Wed 24th April 2019 at 14:00 – 15:00 BST Where: British Library Business & IP Centre, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB How Much: £25, inclusive of VAT and eventbrite fees To book: visit eventbrite Read more »

Negotiation Skills – a universal requirement: five top tips

Uday has shared his top five tops for negotiation ahead of his upcoming training course – Negotiation Skills, for the Directory of Social Change. The top tips are: Read more »

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Is a social enterprise better than a charity? (Part 1)

This is a question posed to me when I was in Cairo earlier in February. I had the good fortune to be working with the British Council Egypt and several Egyptian government departments on the creative social enterprise sector. After wrestling with the existential question, and a brief pause to gather my thoughts, I expanded on a model I have been developing and speaking around for the last couple of years. I’ve called this the Cairo Model in honour of the place where my thinking became a practical diagnostic tool and template for further action. The model can help you Read more »

Celebrating diversity and promoting integration amongst British and migrant entrepreneurs.

The Migrant Entrepreneur of the Year Awards will be held at the Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament) on 27th April 2019 from 7pm. If you know a migrant entrepreneur who deserves to be recognised for their hard work and dedication, please nominate them here. They must be born outside of the UK and run a business. The finalists are chosen by public votes. Read more »

New Chief Executive, new challenges

Five top tips to make it fulfilling and purposeful Think about what makes a good leader Start believing you are the Chief Executive Research! Don’t rush into making decisions Establish a good working relationship with the Chair The Directory of Social Change is launching a new course New Chief Executive, New Challenges with Uday. You can find out more about the top tips and the course here. Read more »

Infographic: 5 NFP marketing myths

Nonprofit Library has an interesting infographic on marketing, social media and email marketing myths.  It’s definitely worth a look.  Source: Nonprofit Library, Author John Hayden Read more »

Chilli Tuk Tuk wins British Curry Award 2018

Red Ochre client Chilli Tuk Tuk wins the 2018 British Curry Award for Best Take Away in the country. Deepak Christopher explored Indian cuisine learning from top chefs in India before setting up his take away in North Finchley in 2015. The food consistently gets rave reviews from the lucky inhabitants of north London. Read more »

DNA wins The Noon Award

Diversity and Ability Ltd (DNA) scooped up the 2018 Noon Award at the Global Equality and Diversity Conference, in recognition for their work combining mental health & digital inclusion courses for disabled/neurodiverse people that are affected by homelessness. DNA has worked with Crisis over the past 4 years on this enriching & positive journey. Read more »

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