We have worked with not-for-profit, voluntary and charitable organisations for many years providing support for learning and development, leadership, engagement and culture change. Macmillan Cancer Support, Spectrum Health CIC and Age UK are organisations which have benefited from our help and are seeing more capable and confident leaders, better team working and cohesion and more effective collaboration with other sectors and partners.
Our clients consistently tell us we are authentic and empathetic in our approach, and that integrity is important to us. Having a focus on ‘beginning with the end in mind’, understanding the real challenges you currently face and being able to deliver sustainable change are part of our core values.
The Healthskills approach to developing organisational health within the not-for-profit, voluntary and charitable sector can involve many different interventions based on an initial discussion with the client, diagnostic assessments and a co-created delivery plan. Elements may include:
- Leadership development programmes
- Board development
- Service user development
- Service user engagement initiatives
- Action learning around specific organisational or service challenges
- Developing a balanced scorecard for organisational outputs
- Executive and senior leader coaching