CEO2CEO & Managers' Forum: Cork - 5 April 2017

Training provider: 
The Wheel
Date / time: 
5 Apr 2017 - 8:00am - 9:30am
Venue: 
Cork City Centre Venue to be confirmed
Location: 
Cork
Price details: 
This event is free for CEO-level staff in community and voluntary organisations; however, registration is a must.
CEO forum Cork5Apr2017

(This event is for CEO's & equivalent in community and voluntary organisations)

The focus of the next session is Impact Measurement.

The CEO Forum is a series of confidential peer networking meetings open to CEO-level staff in nonprofit organisations.

Proudly supported by:

Ulster Bank

This is a free event and registration is a must. Book your place online here.

Course details: 

These bi-monthly breakfast meetings, which are restricted to CEO-level staff in nonprofit organisations will: 

  1. Provide a confidential and private forum for the leading staff person of community, voluntary, charitable organisations to speak with each other in an honest and open way so as to offer and gain peer support.
     
  2. Allow participants to explore matters of shared interest through this forum so that we can think better through our own respective challenges. Some topics already identified in the consultation phase include:
    • Governance: relationship between CEO and the board of directors.
    • Funding diversification
    • Leadership challenges for leaders in organisations in this very changeable and fluid environment. If we accept that things cannot remain the same in our organisations, what does that mean for us? For how things get done? For deciding what gets done?
    • How to organise and think through the delivery of public services in a more effective way. What is wanted and what role for voluntary organisations? Can we challenge ourselves to think more radically?
    • Strategy: if our work is long term, in terms of mission, but all the things that keep us busy are the day-to-day things, how do we unlock new thinking in our organisations and the sector?
    • Measuring outcomes in our organisations, and in our sector.

There will be no guest speakers at these events, but instead, one participant will have been asked to come prepared to be a ‘conversation starter’.

They will talk for no longer than 5 minutes about one of the identified themes and this can kick-start a semi-structured conversation in the respective table groups. No slides, no notes, no fuss, just people meeting people doing their same jobs as themselves to network and gain, as well as provide, support.

Conversation starter: Deirdre Seery, CEO of Sexual Health Centre, Cork


Who Should Attend: 

These meetings will be restricted to the most senior manager in community/voluntary organisations and no one else will be in the room.

Chatham House’ rules about confidentiality will apply and numbers will be restricted to 30 each time so it's a case of first-come-first-served ad you need to register as soon as possible.

How to Register: 

(This event is for CEO's & equivalent in community and voluntary organisations)

Attendance is free and a light breakfast will be provided.

This is a free event and registration is a must. Book your place online here.

National Development PlanThe Department of Education and Skills

Course contact details

Telephone: 
01 454 8727
Email: 
info@wheel.ie

 

Become a Member of The Wheel