Susan Robinson BA FCA MCMI FCIE DChA
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Join us on 30th June at Southwark Cathedral, London as we discuss topical issues for charities in the current climate and provide the chance to network and hear from industry professionals at our Collaboration- ‘shared interests greater impact’ seminar.
Our panel of experts will also answer any questions you have during our Q&A session.
Guest speaker Richard Freeman of Always Possible
Richard Freeman is founder and CEO of always possible, one of the UK’s fastest growing strategic development companies. Richard is a specialist in organisational strategy, social innovation, workforce development and systems leadership. His experience spans the voluntary sector, further education, local government and the creative industries; and he is an adviser to councils, networks and charities across the UK.
Richard has been designing resilience, collaboration and leadership projects for over 20 years – testing new ideas in facilitation and strategy-building, cross-sector innovation and ideas exchange. He is a Fellow of both the Royal Society of Arts and the Chartered Management Institute, and an Associate at the Education & Training Foundation.
An experienced speaker, facilitator, writer and workshop leader, Richard has chaired the popular Brighton Big Debates since 2018 and has been the host of The Possibility Club podcast since 2017. Guests on his weekly show, focusing on change and impact in UK business and society, have recently included Andy Burnham, Sir David Spiegelhalter, Gina Miller, Lemn Sissay OBE, Baroness Morgan, the designer Wayne Hemingway MBE and economist David Blanchflower.
Thursday 30 June 2022 | 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London, SE1 9DA
This seminar will be recorded if you would like to receive a copy please indicate your preference when registering.
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