My most recent podcast is with Jennifer McCanna, a leadership coach working with charities including CAF and Action Aid, as well as various clients from the private sector. Jen and I are running a session at the Institute of Fundraising’s Yorkshire Conference on Friday 24 May around emotional intelligence, resilience and leadership and thought it’d be nice […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat: Ep. 9 Jennifer McCanna, Leadership Coach
I recently caught up with Karl Wilding, Director of Policy and Volunteering at NCVO, We covered a lot so this episode of the podcast is a little longer than the others. You’re probably already following Karl on Twitter so you know the deal – he knows a ridiculous amount about the sector. We talk about: NCVO: […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat: Ep. 8. Karl Wilding on The Voluntary Sector
Last week, on World Cancer Day I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with Kate Collins, CEO at Teenage Cancer Trust. I hadn’t met Kate before and contacted her cold about the podcast as she has a reputation for being brilliant and lovely. I can confirm that I found both to be true! We covered: […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat: Ep. 7. Kate Collins at Teenage Cancer Trust
It is the year of the podcast, but perhaps more specifically, the month of podcasts with Mandy Johnson on! You can hear her talk about mental health, equality and diversity on domoregood podcast and on Simon Scriver’s too. But on Cracking Charity Chat Mandy joins me to talk about small but vital charities. As the […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat: Ep. 6. Small but vital charities with Mandy Johnson
It’s Christmas! And this is a special one. In my fifth Cracking Charity Chat I speak with Paul Amadi, Chief Supporter Officer at British Red Cross. He’s got a pretty good CV. Starting with a shoddy and overdue apology from me to Paul from when we worked together, we move to cover the key components […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat: Christmas Special!
Episode 4 hears me chatting with Tracey Pritchard, Director of Engagement at Prostate Cancer UK. While their brand is strong and performs well, and fundraising was going well too, they knew that if they applied some good audience insight they’d be more effective in reaching and resonating with the people they need to engage. Crucially, […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat podcast: Ep. 4. Insight and Engagement
In my latest podcast I chatted with Kevin Waudby, Founder of Good Innovation the agency that helps organisations to solve the problems that matter. One of their values is ‘make shit happen’, which I like a lot. Kevin has worked across all income streams, both agency and charity side, so has a lot of knowledge to […]Read More Cracking Charity Chat podcast: Ep 3: Innovation and income diversification