Inspiring Financial Leadership

Inspiring Financial Leadership - London

The Inspiring Financial Leadership series is run in partnership with Cass CCE, CFG and Sayer Vincent. Centred on the role of the charity finance professional, drawing on robust leadership research and grounded in the challenges that finance professionals face, this course is highly interactive using a mix of practical experience, research and best practice. Attendees gain the skills and expertise to take them to the next stage of their leadership journey. 

The IFL 2017/18 programme is now fully booked. Please email Events Team and we will add your details to the waiting list. 

Module 1: Leadership from the finance function - 19 October 2017 - Simon Hopkins, CEO, Turn2Us
Module 2: Coaching for empowerment - 14 November 2017 - Lisa Burger, Executive Director, National Theatre
Module 3: Vision and strategy - 6 December 2017 - Paul Breckell, Chief Executive, RNID
Module 4: Leading change - 25 January 2018 -Tom Beardmore-Gray, Finance Director, Girls’ Day School Trust
Module 5: Communication - 27 February 2018
Module 6: Motivating self and others – 15 March 2018 - Paula Laird, Director of Finance and IT, Wateraid
Module 7: Leading and influencing high performing teams – 19 April 2018 - Caron Bradshaw, CEO, CFG

Registration and breakfast for each session is from 08:00, and the sessions will run from 08:30 - 11.00.

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For information on the Inspiring Financial Leadership Bursary Scheme please click here.

Inspiring Financial Leadership is a unique leadership programme for charity finance professionals developed by:


The Inspiring Financial Leadership Programme was shortlisted for the Association Leadership Award 2016

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