Subscribers | Charities Management magazine | No. 144 Early Summer 2022 |
The magazine for charity managers and trustees

Contents of magazine

Nick Murphy – incorporating social metrics into investment decisions is likely to be a very strong trend.

Carol Rudge – coaching is about empowering your employees to find answers from within themselves.

Derek Ching – trustee misconduct can include abusing charity resources and permitting conflicts of interest to be allowed.

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Contents – No. 144 Early Summer 2022

Page 1 – Focusing on social impact investing
Nick Murphy on new ways of disclosing and comparing social metrics.

Page 2 – Developing a coaching culture in the charity workplace
Carol Rudge on empowering charity staff with effective coaching.

Page 3 – Addressing the mental health pressures for charities
Julian Hall on stress for charity leaders and employees.

Page 4 – Making employees feel part of a winning team
Pete Finn on delivering a great charity employee experience.

Page 5 – How to increase your charity’s digital fundraising
Shaf Mansour on not forgetting online events.

Page 6 – Removing difficult trustees
Derek Ching on how trustees should be removed as a last resort.

Page 7 – Accepting inadequate financial systems aren’t good
Paul Sparkes on charities’ financial software priorities.

Page 8 – Changes for disposing of charity property
Paul Greenwood on property disposals and the new Charities Act.

No. 144 Early Summer 2022
Publisher and Editor Richard Blausten
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