Enhancing leadership and business skills opportunities
|Funding Magnet – sharpening your vision, mission and purpose. Free of charge to attend. Register here||Wed, 15th Nov 2023 (10:00 – 13:00)||Attracting funding remains a priority for many organisations. This is the first of a 2-part series of workshops to increase your chances of funding. Successful funding applications improved by being able to concisely articulating clearly and concisely your story through your vision, mission and purpose. This session includes insights, templates and examples or clearly articulating your stories to increase your chances of funding. More information|
|Funding Magnet – Introducing the theory of change. Free of charge to attend. Register here||Wed, 29th Nov 2023 (10:00 – 13:00)||This is the second of the 2-part series of workshops to increase your chances of funding. Being able to succinctly communicate your big picture ideas into defined outcomes is the focus for this workshop. You will be introduced to tools and insights to maximise your impact and how your actions will lead to impactful change. More information|
These will be facilitated by a Louise Graham, a social change catalyst who has years of experience working with social entrepreneurs, social enterprise schools and private funders. She is dedicated to bringing clarity and precision to vision and mission, helping build strategies that create a greater impact and drive long-term social change.
As the founding director of the Glasgow Basket Brigade CIC, a community interest company based in Glasgow, Louise has first-hand experience as a social entrepreneur. She has also designed and delivered workshops and training for organisations such as UnLtd, The School for Social Entrepreneurs, University of Brighton, Big Issue Invest, and more.
With a background as an award-winning marketeer and brand builder, Louise combines her passion for social purpose with her expertise in marketing. She supports social entrepreneurs in developing clear visions, effective strategies, and pathways for positive social change.
Learn more about Louise and her work at www.louisegraham.me or on LinkedIn.
If you have any questions please contact – Simon Thomas at Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire – email@example.com / 07717 422184.