**This programme is now fully-booked**
Now, more than ever, the Third Sector requires creative and forward looking organisations led by
collaborative and innovative leaders. Grounded on recent research
into Third Sector leadership, this programme will support CEO’s to consider how
to meet current challenges and opportunities. It aims to
enhance your leadership skills, helping your
organisation and the sector to continue to thrive and become more
Delivered with an interactive
approach, you will work with and learn from peers to explore a range of
practical concepts and approaches that support you as a strategic leader. The programme focuses very much on the practice of
leadership at a senior level, helping you to gain greater personal insight,
different perspectives and awareness.
Spread over five months, the programme relies on the group supporting
each other to learn and develop. It consists of 10 facilitated learning days
delivered in five modules
Who is it for?
This programme offers important space and time
for Cheif Executive Officer's to reflect and to think on a strategic level. It provides the
opportunity to learn from and with other Chief Executives to
gain practical skills that you can apply in your role.
Location: Online and Self directed learning
||Module 3|| Module 4|| Module 5
19 & 20 January
|24 & 25 February
||23 & 24 March||20 & 21 April|| 18 & 19 May
Duration: 10 days
Cost: This programme
is funded by Scottish Government through
Just Enterprise and places are available at the highly
subsidised rate of £200 for 10 days
leadership skills to enable your organisation to be more resilient and
Identify and build
on your strengths, passion and values to deepen your leadership approach
Enhance your skills
to work effectively with stakeholders, partners and your Board
Build a community of
supportive peers within the sector
This programme leads to a qualification by the City and Guilds Group through the ILM, entitled Certificate in Leadership (SCQF Level 9/ILM Level 5). Please note: this will incur an additional cost.
James Hilder has former roles as CEO of Mull & Iona Community Trust, chair of the Argyll & Bute Social Enterprise Network and founder member of the regional Third Sector Interface. Jame now provides consultancy services, delivered through the social enterprise ‘An Roth Associates CiC’. Click here to find out more about James.
Louise Ross, Programme Manager | 0300 302 3333 | firstname.lastname@example.org