Applications now open for Building Effectiveness 2022

Could your organisation benefit from leadership development, training, mentoring, and resources? Then perhaps you should consider applying to take part in the 2022 Building Effectiveness programme.

Led by coaches Vivianne Child and Moreen Pascal we are looking for a group of 10x diverse organisations to take part from across the county, who will receive over £2,000 worth of fully funded professional coaching, resources and training for their senior leaders and boards, alongside 9 month’s of 1:1 mentoring from a leading professional from the Hertfordshire business sector. All costs are fully funded by our generous donors, all we ask is that you come prepared to fully participate in the programme and make the most of this opportunity.

Building Effectiveness is ideally suited to organisations looking to become more strategically focussed and better equipped to face the future. By the end of the programme participating organisations are more effective, resilient and strategic in their outlook. Successful applicants are assigned mentors to help them to identify their key development areas and plan a tailored development programme. Participants will also benefit from bespoke monthly Leadership Workshops and Better Boards training for their trustees.

Building Effectiveness is open to voluntary and community organisations in Hertfordshire that have been operating for at least one year and have a minimum income of £100,000. We also require that organisations should employ at least one paid manager.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your application please email

Find out more about Building Effectiveness and what it involves at our informal lunchtime information session on:
Thursday 27 January
12.00 – 13.00
Online via zoom
Register your place HERE

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