Duration: 2 hour Zoom course with break
Finding the connections between personal self-interest and organisational goals will unleash the real power of your charity.
An organisation is only as strong as its people. Getting staff members, volunteers, trustees, funders and service users committed to your mission is vital to any charity’s success. This session will explore the concept of broad self-interest as the most important factor when motivating people. You will understand the positive value of self-interest in charities, learn to identify your own genuine self-interest and that of your colleagues, and how to use this knowledge to get people on board with your organisation’s goals.
Who should sign up?
Anyone who is responsible for leading people and building relationships with staff, trustees, volunteers, funders or service users will find this course beneficial.
What will I get out of it?
- Start learning the skills of community organising and begin to see your charity as a network of relationships
- Discover participatory, bottom-up models of leadership
- Understand the importance of self-interest in motivating your people
- Explore your own self-interest and that of your colleagues and learn how to use this to build more powerful relationships
- Identify key stakeholders within your organisation and consider how to find common self-interest and get them on board
What will it cover?
- Theories of community organising and relational leadership
- Models for exploring self-interest
- Power analysis – identifying key stakeholders and their agendas
Trainer: Dr Matt Plen
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