It may be a buzzword, but staff resilience is a hot topic in the charity sector right now, and rightly so. Times are as turbulent in the not-for-profit sector as they are in the commercial sector.
The pressure of decreased funding and conflicting agendas can filter right through your organisation, affecting individuals at every level.
Is the relationship between your CEO and Chair a strong and effective one?
Is there a common understanding of the organisations goals and focus?
Does information flow freely up and down the organisation?
Do you know if your team is delivering to the best of its abilities?
It is vital that you create a strong and resilient workforce to ensure that your charity can ride the waves of change and continue performing effectively in the face of pressure and uncertainty.
I offer bespoke training to support charities, helping to build staff resilience, improve relationships and decrease workplace stress.
From group workshops to bespoke facilitation between CEO-Chair, I can help you and your people develop the skills and know-how needed to approach change positively, manage expectations, reduce stress, function effectively and support one another without blame.
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