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Reflections on mentoring through CO3

As it is the start of Spring and a time to reassess personal targets and priorities I have decided to take a step back from the CO3 mentoring programme after a run of about seven years. In doing so I thought that a few personal reflections on the experience might help potential mentors and anyone who is considering applying to the scheme as a mentee.

What Can We Learn About Leading Change From Donald Trump?

by John F Kelly, Executive Coach and Training Facilitator, FXL Ireland

What can we learn about leading change from President Trump? To listen to much of the world’s media the short answer is “Not a lot”, or we might even learn how not to be the leader of the free world.

Social Change Cannot be Automated

by Andrew McCracken, Director, Community Foundation NI

The Third Sector in Northern Ireland is an immensely important part of our community and economy - currently employing more than 44,000 people[1], plus nearly a quarter of a million volunteers.

CO3's Response to the Political Crisis

by Nora Smith, Chief Executive, CO3

These are difficult, uncertain times for the Third Sector. In the past few days I have been inundated with calls from members concerned at the impact that the current political crisis will have on contractual and funding arrangements with the public sector.

Inspiring Impact with Roger Courtney

by Roger Courtney, Courtney Consulting

Inspiring Impact is a UK-wide initiative to help Third Sector organisations improve how they measure the difference they make in the world. It is a timely initiative, as everyone seems to be talking about outcomes and impact at the moment. Even the Northern Ireland Executive has embraced the idea of measuring outcomes using Mark Friedman’s Outcomes Based Accountability (OBA).

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