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September 2013

The Executive PA Development Programme

An intensive programme designed to develop the interpersonal skills of PAs and administrative staff to be more productive, assertive and confident in driving efficiencies and dealing with change in today’s challenging environment.

Duration: Two days
Cost: £360
Venue: CO3 Offices, 34 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast

Doing More with Less

This half day event, kindly supported by Fluent Technology, aims to encourage and support more organisations to measure their social impact, to measure to a high standard, and to learn from the findings. Learning from real life examples, this workshop will show that good impact measurement can be achieved with the right system in place, and as an additional benefit organisations have been able to improve on their efficiency and effectiveness.

Dr John Brothers

CO3 is delighted to announce the next Interim Chief Executive Leadership Training to be held on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October 2013. Delivered by Dr John Brothers, this programme will: (a) prepare individuals to work with an organisation on a short term basis, helping them manage a gap in permanent leadership and advise the board on their next appointment, and (b) assess failing organisations, make recommendations and implement change to turn these organisations around.

Conference - Hold the Date

For third sector leaders, this is the moment of our generation – when our society is facing the worst and most sustained economic crisis in living memory, when thousands of our young people face unemployment or emigration and when welfare changes are pushing many into extreme poverty.

It is a moment when we need to respond in a bold way, harnessing our sector’s leadership capacity to take risks for social change.

Majella McCloskey, John McMullan and Jon Snow

 CO3 held its first Media Summit at Crumlin Road Gaol on Friday 6 September 2013.

We were delighted to have as our key note speaker, Jon Snow, who spoke about the importance of independent commentary and the role of the third sector.