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| Posted by: David Gold

The Morality of Charity

I was recently asked to give a talk at CASS as part of a one day discussion on “the morality of charity.” Inevitably much of the talk was around funding and the embedded and differing relationships between the funders and the funded. I thought I would try to capture that part of my talk into a short piece, partly to help me get a little clarity.
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Candidate ‘Packed’

Recruiting staff is invariably expensive whatever channel you use, be it recruitment advertising, social media and the internet, recruitment consultancy or pure ‘Search’. Attracting interest from quality candidates and engaging with them effectively requires a significant investment of time, money and resources.
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Board Skills Audit

A high performing Board plays an important role in ensuring that an organisation is truly great and impactful in every activity, programme or service that it delivers. The Prospectus Board Skills Audit has been developed, to support this role, as a self-assessment exercise and tool that can be used by both Trustees and Executive Teams to help determine the strengths and potential areas of improvement for your Board.
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Why I advocate using specialists for recruiting Fundraisers

As fundraising plays an increasingly significant role within the sector, the profession is becoming ever more competitive. The demand for talented fundraisers is growing and as investments are made into new revenue streams, organisations recognise the need to diversify funding.
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| Posted by: Borge Andreassen

CEO Responsibilities and Characteristics

The chief executive is critical to an organisation’s success. She or he leads on strategy, sets the tone and cultural framework, and is more often than not the main external voice. In the beyond profit sector this ambassadorial piece is particularly important as charities are often speaking on behalf of people who are otherwise invisible or unheard.
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