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Recruitment open for leadership development programme for the Armed Forces charities sector

Clore Social Leadership has announced details of its 2019 Cobseo Emerging Leader Programme designed in partnership with the Confederation of Service Charities (Cobseo) and the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT).

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 sector. Drawing on all aspects of Clore Social’s Social Leaders’ Capabilities Framework, the programme is designed to help leaders become more empowered, focused, and generous, and gain a greater understanding of their strengths, abilities and preferences.

Air Vice-Marshal Ray Lock CBE, Chief Executive of Forces in Mind Trust said:
“We are delighted to support the second run of the Cobseo Emerging Leader Programme. Leadership development, such as this excellent Clore Social programme, enables committed individuals to enhance their abilities and transform their organisations. Through investing in the development of strong and adaptive leadership, FiMT can help increase the sector’s effectiveness and ultimately improve the outcomes for the organisations’ beneficiaries. This is exactly the type of innovative and system changing approach we were established to take”.

The programme will run for 6 months and is structured to fit around existing leadership commitments, providing a blended approach which allows for self-directed learning, while offering the opportunity to work together with a group of peers who will support, challenge and inspire each other. 2017 Cobseo Emerging Leader Fellow Fraser Gilmore has emphasised the benefits of working and learning with other leaders:

“I understand the context of leadership in the third sector better and this has helped me grow in my role. Meeting other leaders in the sector has expanded my network and that of the organisation which has led to some interesting conversations about future work. This has created better collaboration which can only be good for the sector”

Commenting on the launch of the programme, Shaks Ghosh, Chief Executive of Clore Social Leadership said: “We know that effective leadership leads to stronger, more resilient and successful communities. This is why we are very excited to continue to work with the Service charities sector. Developing these dedicated future leaders will ensure their organisations adapt and thrive in times of change”.

Applications are now open with 24 places available for emerging leaders with a minimum of 3 years’ experience leading a team, department, or organisation in the social sector. Senior leaders from sector organisations are invited to nominate their most determined and talented people eager to expand their leadership skills and make a lasting difference in their organisations and sector.

For more information and to apply, please click here.

Notes to editors:
For press enquiries please contact Felix Mussell at felix@cloresocialleadership.org.uk or call 020 7812 3773.

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Clore Social Leadership supports and develops social leaders so that they can transform their communities, organisations and the world around them. We help make social change happen by investing in people and enabling them to become resilient, connected and collaborative leaders with the right capabilities to tackle the social challenges of the 21st Century.

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