January 9, 2017

We’re often being told that charities need to behave more like businesses. Be sharper, quicker on those decisions, not to run away from profit and generally to toughen up and get moving. Yet for all the rhetoric, there are also plenty of learning opportunities out ther...

December 22, 2016

All charities are different and therefore no two trustee boards can be expected to share similar competences among their members. The skills needed to run a local charity with income of under £20,000 a year and no staff are completely different to those needed to run,...

December 14, 2016

While businesses are going the extra mile to engage with their communities, some are going even further: amalgamating their CSR practices with talent and leadership development.

This echoes what we do at Career Volunteer and so we developed our Lunch & Learn sessions to...

November 8, 2016

The Association for Business Psychology’s (ABP) Workforce Experience Awards has shortlisted Career Volunteer’s SMaRT programme (Senior Managers Recruited as Trustees) for Excellence in Employee Experience.

Career Volunteer builds bespoke employer supporte...

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