Charities Institute Ireland Annual Conference
There are powerful waves of change sweeping through the charitable and not-for-profit sector. It is time to examine what is needed to build a more resilient and relevant sector that is prepared for the rising uncertainty and complexities ahead.
Charities Institute Ireland's Annual Conference will explore the leadership that is essential for sustaining and growing this sector. We will broaden the change management conversation to reflect the greater role that charities play in society. We will challenge assumptions and share the lessons that have been learned. We will adapt and propose new strategies to address the continuous changes and opportunities we face.
This thought-provoking conference will take place in the Royal College of Physicians Ireland on October 26th, 2017, and it will include panel discussions, case studies, training sessions and masterclasses on topics that are highly relevant for Charity Trustees, CEO’s and all Senior Managers working within the sector.
Opening Plenary - Charities Twenty Years from Now
Strategic Management - Contextualising Strategic Management in a Complex Setting
Charity Leadership: From Good to Great Post-crisis
Brexit – The Questions, Opportunities and Tax Breaks
GDPR – Compliance for Charities and Not-for-Profits
Financial Management – Managing Strategic Risk
Annual Report – A Strategic Tool in the Armoury of Charities
Cyber Security – The Future and What the Charities Need to do
Peer to Peer Fundraising: The Potential Gamer Changer for the Not for Profit Sector
Critical Communications- Changing the Narrative
Direct Marketing – Getting it Right
Philanthropy & CSR – Our State of Generosity
Closing Plenary - Impact 2017
Each delegate pass includes access to plenary sessions, a choice of three sessions from four learning streams, refreshments and lunch will be provided and an invitation to celebrate the impact of our sector at the post conference networking event.
Further details on the event will be released soon. Please note that more content will be added and some session titles may change to reflect the final version of each speaker's presentation.
Venue: Royal College of Physicians Ireland
Address: 6 Kildare Street
Starts: Thu Oct 26 2017, 9:30am GMT
Ends: Thu Oct 26 2017, 7:00pm GMT