The Clore Social London Chapter is now holding its ‘Leadership and Resilience – in conversation with Kate Lee’ event on Thursday 27 May (1730-1830), and we’d love you to join us. This early evening event will take place on Zoom, and will involve Kate Lee (CEO, Alzheimer’s Society) talking and answering questions about her own resilience and leadership techniques and experiences over the last 15 months of the Covid-19 Pandemic, and her plans for supporting her staff over the year ahead.
To register – please send an email with subject heading of ‘Clore Social London – Kate Lee Event’, to CloreSocialLondon@gmail.com, asking for a single ticket and providing the following details: First Name *, Family name *, Email address * (through which you wish to receive your event confirmation details), Job Title and Organisation name.
(N.B. * denotes information that is necessary for us to manage your registration; but your job title and organisation’s name will also be very helpful to us in preparing for the event and in understanding the mix of roles and seniority attending.)
What is the Clore Social London Chapter?
The Clore Social London Chapter is a local network for leaders and potential leaders in the London area who are keen to learn, share and collaborate around using the Clore Social Leadership values and improved mental support and resilience – with a wider goal of increasing the collective impact and effectiveness of the wider social/charity sector, and beyond.
Kate Lee’s Biography
Kate joined Alzheimer’s Society as their Chief Executive in March 2020. Prior to this role, she was CEO at children’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent for four years, during which time she rebranded the organisation, setting new values and building a culture of total team working. Kate was previously CEO of Myton Hospice, a large Adult Palliative Care Charity in Coventry and Warwickshire, and before that she spent 16 years at British Red Cross leading UK service delivery, before becoming Director of UK and International Strategy and Deputy CEO.