Leadership Summit: the power to change
This two-day residential event for Chief Executives and Strategic Directors will consider what it takes to be a successful leader in a complex world, looking at the power you hold and how it can be used to build a successful organisation that makes positive changes in peoples’ lives. This event will consider how to:
- Build Personal Power to influence and create success
- Foster personal resilience: enabling you to lead with strength
- Shape a powerful, successful board
- Use power to tackle rough sleeping and homelessness
- Collaborate not compete
- Become more financially resilient, making the transition to developing new or growing existing enterprise models
- Manage staff through change
- The potential of putting power in the hands of our clients
The challenge for you as homelessness leaders is to balance how you look after and manage your organisation today so that it continues to operate effectively tomorrow. This event will support attendees by exploring what the future opportunities for the voluntary sector are and the leadership skills required to take advantage of them.
All delegate will attend each of the 3 masterclasses on day 1. On day 2 you will be able to choose your preferred 3 options from the 4 on offer.
This two-day residential event is for Chief Executives and Strategic Directors of small and medium sized homelessness organisations. The number of places are limited to 50 attendees.
Stoke Rochford Hall
T: 01476 530 337
Stoke Rochford Hall, near Grantham in Lincolnshire is located close to the A1 and within a short taxi ride from Grantham Station, which has an hourly service between London Kings Cross and Leeds, as well as cross-country services from Liverpool and Nottingham to Norwich. Stoke Rochford Hall is a Victorian country mansion set within formal landscaped gardens and 28 acres of parkland. The privacy of the venue, and with the event being held under the Chatham House Rule, attendees will be able to network and share information freely, and hold confidential discusions with their peers.
To take a look at the hotel and for full directions, please click here.
The cost to attend is £300 per person. This fee includes all conference materials, lunch and refreshments on both days, dinner and accommodation in the hotel on the 13th and breakfast on the 14th November.
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