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July 2013

An informal event which is perfect for making new connections and especially for newcomers to CO3.

We would like to connect with both new and existing Members in order to share in their experiences within their organisation and would therefore like to invite you to join us at one of our Coffee Mornings.
The next date in this series of meetings is Wed 4th September and is an informal coffee format. We would be delighted if you were able to attend.

CO3 have arranged a site visit and briefing on the plans for the development of the Maze Long Kesh site by representatives of Maze Long Kesh Development Corporation. This will give members an opportunity to hear first-hand the plans for the Peace building and Conflict Resolution Centre (PbCRC).

Senior Fellowship Programme

Lloyds TSB Foundation NIA unique leadership programme to develop the chief officers in Northern Ireland’s third sector. The programme will build on participants’ existing leadership capability and further develop their knowledge, confidence and skills.

The programme is kindly supported by the Lloyds TSB Foundation NI.

Eileen Murphy and Andrew Dougal

The CO3 Senior Fellowship Programme is designed for Chief Executive Officers who wish to further develop their leadership skills, knowledge and confidence. This practical course involves 6 days training over a 6 month period, ongoing personal development actions throughout the programme, feedback from your organisation to help you assess performance, excellent trainers: Anne McMurray and Irene Hewitt, and ongoing involvement in the CO3 Senior Fellows Alumni.

On Wednesday 10th July CO3 held a md-summer drinks reception in order to celebrate the launch of Roger Courtney's most recent book, 'Strategic Management in the Third Sector'.

For more information on Roger's book, or to purchase online please click here.

Copies of Roger's book are also available to purchase at No Alibis, Botanic Avenue.

Collaborative Behaviours

This 2 day workshop for leaders within voluntary and community organisations explores the links between culture, values and behaviours in effective collaboration. In essence it explores the “soft things” which come into play in setting up and working within collaborative partnerships - it’s about developing and managing relationships in order to achieve long term success.

“I learnt lots especially on working equally on people, processes and people”