These 4 bite-sized sessions are designed to provide fundraisers with essential skills for today’s world. Packed with tips to enhance your abilities and keep them up-to-date, they’ll ensure you’re well-prepared for future fundraising challenges.
Top tips on how to make sure that everyone attending your event is safe and has a great experience. This includes staff, volunteers, contractors, participants and spectators. Clare will discuss key learnings from her experiences at major events such as the King’s Coronation and Birmingham Commonwealth Games as well as practical tips on dynamic risk assessments and making decisions based on safety whilst on the ground.
Do you want to know how to maximise your organic social media for participant/ attendee acquisition and engagement? Then you’ve come to the right place!
In this 10 minute session, you’ll learn top tips that you can take back to your desk on how to get even more fundraisers participating in your events, and how to ensure they have a fantastic supporter experience. Things that we’ll cover include:
In this short and snappy 5-minutes, we will share insights on how having a diverse set of skills can prepare you for a fulfilling and successful career in fundraising. We’re also going to cover what essential thing you should be doing to progress to Director of Fundraising level. As fundraising recruiters who work directly with community and events fundraisers and sole fundraisers, we have a deep understanding of what clients are looking for in a CV. This snipped will be packed with valuable tips and tricks that will help you understand the necessary skills for career advancement and effectively communicate them to prospective employers. Soget ready to grab a few golden nuggets that will make you stand out to potential employers! Staring a guest appearance from Millie the Cat.
Join me as I talk about my lived experience of getting an ADHD later in life and how it’s both challenged and improved my performance at work. I really do believe that it is the secret to some of the great things I’ve been able to achieve and why diversity of thought is so important.
For people to understand more about ADHD and how it can appear at work, how to support your colleagues and how to use your strengths and diversity to improve the way you work.