Esharelife participates in Outstanding Leadership workshop

A team of Esharelife Foundation’s trustees and staff are participating in “Outstanding Leadership 2020-2021”, an interactive series of workshops on leadership skills for the charity sector with a focus on collaborative learning.

It is based on many years of experience of The Work Foundation’s Outstanding Leadership research and is effectively being delivered online by Centre for Charity Effectiveness (CCE), The Business School (formerly Cass), University of London. Its ultimate goal is to deliver to the participants the latest cutting edge thinking about leadership to the nonprofit sector.

For over 30 years CCE has drawn on sound research and the shared experiences of our academics, consultants and clients to offer support and guidance to nonprofit leaders who want to drive significant change in the areas of governance, strategy and leadership. In this time, we have been enhancing the performance of hundreds of organisations and thousands of individuals across the nonprofit sector.

The Esharelife participants are benefiting from their active participation to this workshop, as it is very interactive and has enabled every participant to share the real challenges and opportunities they face as the trainers and the participants work together through each stage of the programme and define how to navigate the future when leading their charity organisations.

As the leadership does not happen in a vacuum, the modules that make up the Outstanding Leadership programme have evolved over the years to reflect the changing circumstances and challenges facing leaders. This year the focus will be placed on some relevant and highly in-demand topics, such as understanding outstanding leadership, coaching for performance, facilitating collaboration, leading change, motivating yourself and others, making an impact, etc.

A few words about the organisers:

The Business School (formerly Cass) is ideally placed in the City of London, close to the Bank of England, and at the heart of the capital’s charity triangle. The School’s research output is ranked as world-leading and internationally excellent. The Business School is triple-accredited by AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB, placing it in the elite of global business schools.

The Centre for Charity Effectiveness (CCE) is a leading nonprofit and philanthropy centre, both in the UK and overseas. It is the only UK centre to be found at a global business school that offers a combination of applied research, postgraduate masters degrees, professional development. CCE works both in the UK and internationally to deliver its vision of a strong nonprofit sector that leads to positive social change. It creates value for its students, delegates and clients by offering a unique blend of multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral skills and expertise; practitioners and management consultants working alongside academic faculty.

Over the years CCE has worked with many hundreds of organisations and many thousands of individuals. CCE’s mission is to be a world-class centre of excellence providing development and dissemination of knowledge and understanding of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.