Find out how your charity can navigate this period of unprecedented change
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The sudden and drastic effects of COVID-19 and the subsequent national lockdown have plunged the UK charity sector into a period of unprecedented, existential change. Tried and tested systems are no longer viable. Charities must look to innovative digital solutions to navigate this ‘new normal’. Operating models, programs and services, and fundraising strategies all need to pivot or be reimagined.
This change is daunting but necessary. It is not only practical, but organisational and cultural. A change mindset is as important as a change model. By instilling the right culture of change within your organisation, and creating ownership of this change in roles throughout your charity, you can make sure that teams are invested and informed, and ready to move from one way of working to another.
Every crisis comes with its challenges, but also offers the opportunity for us to come together, and discover new ways to adapt and evolve.
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