On Tuesday 29 October, Clore Social Leadership will host a free breakfast and networking event with Ray Lock CBE, CEO of the Forces in Mind Trust.Read more
F4H recently held its second annual Leadership Forum at the Cavalry and Guard’s’ Club in Piccadilly.Read more
The 2019 cohort consists of over twenty leaders working in a variety of Armed Forces charities sector organisations, including larger charities such as SSAFA, Poppyscotland, The Royal British Legion and Seafarers UK, as well as smaller ones, for example Bravehound and East Sussex Veterans’ HuRead more
Rob Thorburn is the Grants Officer at Forces in Mind Trust, a member of the Army Reserves, and the Trust’s leading fly fisherman.Read more
Aimed at emerging leaders working in the Armed Forces and Service charities sector, the programme seeks to build agile, resilient, and effective leadership, while consolidating solidarity, collaboration, and joint action within the sectorRead more
Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) is delighted to announce the five Specialist FiMT Fellows who have been selected to take part in the newly remodelled Clore Experienced Leader Programme.
Designed to fit around the needs of those with existing commitments, Clore Social’s Experienced Leader Programme is a one-year programme for professionals with 6-10 years’ experience as a social sector leader who wish to engage in sector wide leadership by developing their existing leadership skills.
Are you a committed, senior leader with multiple responsibilities? Does your role require you to drive change and inspire high performance whilst handling complex relationships? Do you aspire to truly empower others? Do you wish you had more time to develop your own leadership skills with a group of peers who will support and challenge you in equal measure?Read more
Clore is keen to hear from Cobseo members that chose not to apply for the Clore6: Cobseo programme. This Leadership development initiative is aimed at emerging leaders in the Service charities sector and open to all Cobseo members.
They have posed 3 very brief questions in order to help them understand what they can do to attract more applicants to this exceptional opportunity should they run it again.