Your organisation is probably both remarkable and complicated. Beautiful and challenging. To change the world is courageous but often messy work.
As a leader it’s a challenge to remain optimistic and passionate. It seems you need an ever-growing range of skills to get the job done. This is where we can help.
At LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Leadership, we get the complexity of leadership, whether it’s for a charity, community group or not for profit organisation. We get our sector and we get you.
You are people-powered and values-driven – and so are we.
Skills training, leadership coaching, governance/board training, facilitation, strategic planning, and fundraising support are just a few of the ways we can work with you to lead and create change.
You can be sure our work together will be relevant to your organisation, practical, and rooted in our team’s extensive expertise and knowledge of the not for profit sector. It will be transformative, giving you the ongoing skills, knowledge and confidence to lead and create change.
Skills, knowledge & confidence to lead & create change
Hilary Star Foged draws on Hopi wisdom and Margaret Wheatley to give guidance on how to rise to the challenge of leadership whilst personally coping in a world filled with challenges.
In which we learn that sharing our food baskets is a better way than tangling with the dangerous shopping trolley nipping at our heels.
Keynote by Garth Nowland-Foreman to Citizens Advice Bureaux New Zealand 2018 AGM, Wellington.
Garth Nowland-Foreman on the imperative for investing in the professional development of not-for-profit governance boards.
Lindsay Jeffs introduces a new website to highlight and promote social enterprise in New Zealand.
Aly McNicoll on the best approach and a discount when you step up your skills.
Garth Nowland-Foreman on where social investment is useful - or not.
As a sector that works from the heart, Ruth Osborne talks about how to deal with the fall out of when we care too much about the work we do.
The reality is, conflict is normal. According to Sandy Thompson, the organisations and leaders who step up and work with it, land up thriving.
At LEAD, fractals signify for us the interesting connection between the simple and the complex. Fractals make visible the patterns that exist within chaos, and are similar to images that represent natural systems.
Hilary Star Foged blogs about how those around us remember us mostly for how we are, rather than what we do.
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