"Innovation is incredibly important to the BHF, but that doesn’t mean it always comes naturally. Risk appetite, regulation, resource and capacity are often pitted as enemies of the innovation. But that’s simply not true; often the problem lies in the solution."
Stonewall chief executive, Ruth Hunt, has announced she will be stepping down from her role in August this year.
Hunt has been with the charity for 14 years and at its helm for five. According to the charity, Hunt is leaving to pursue a 'new opportunity'.
Charity leaders’ membership body ACEVO and Centre for Mental Health have partnered to research bullying among leadership in the third sector.
Reporting ratios and transparency within the charity sector are never far away from the headlines, so why not start with trying to tell our stories accurately? Caron Bradshaw says.
"If there is a ‘special place in hell’ for the unduly risk averse, then there is equally one for the endless meetings of reviewing risk registers.
"There is also a fundamental problem with this approach to risk management; it gives the false comfort that a risk can be mitigated by the control identified. Many charities have controls, but the actual events includes elements that cannot be thwart that control."
Sir Stuart Etherington, the chief executive of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, is due to step down from his position after more than 25 years in the role.
Etherington is set to retire from his post later this year and an open application process will be launching today.
The majority of charities are ill-prepared for a no-deal Brexit and must do everything in their power to prevent it, new research has found.