Following on from the Future Charity research last year, Jim Bowes, CEO of Manifesto and Transformation Director Lou Lai have delved deeper into the topic of organisational decision-making and will be discussing a range of thinking from a variety of thought leaders, aimed at helping you build conscious organisations that work towards unbiased, informed decisions.
There's no one way to optimise your organisation's decision-making process; what's right for you depends on your people, structure, and stakeholders. This talk is designed to share a toolbox of approaches and ideas to help you form habits and behaviours that drive better decision-making – from setting a vision to checking in with yourself.
We will look at the structural barriers preventing charities from making better decisions such as the fear of failure, consequences of getting it wrong, and isolation in leadership.
We will look at how to communicate your organisation’s vision to allow your team to understand how, in helping execute decisions, they will be contributing to the larger purpose.
This webinar covers a number of natural phenomena discovered by scientists and sociologists that contribute to poor organisational decision-making.
Louise has over a decade of not-for-profit experience. She leads the Change and Growth team at Manifesto, helping transform organisations; from their culture and organisational design to their technology and digital capabilities to drive sustainable change. Louise has extensive experience working across UK and International fundraising programmes, she has first hand experience overseeing emergency response campaigns for a number of INGO organisations.
Jim Bowes is the CEO and co-founder of Manifesto, and Founding Partner of The Panoply - a group of digitally-native technology services companies assembled to meet the needs of the fourth industrial revolution. Jim set up Manifesto in 2011; an agile agency of creatives, coaches, strategists and technologists who design digital services and products around the needs of users, for charities, culture, and third sector organisations. Jim has worked in digital or digital content for over 20 years, including companies such as Cancer Research UK.