Charities & Voluntary Sector
No two charities are the same. Ranging from large national bodies to small, local initiatives, they tackle a huge array of subjects. Yet there are similarities: shared values of social change and volunteerism, and shared challenges: a strained economy; a tumultuous political landscape and an often sceptical public.
We have helped charities of all sizes improve their governance and strategy, through Board training, development and facilitation, to strategy awaydays, organisational reviews, options appraisals and mergers.
With a broad team of specialists, we can support organisations through a range of challenges. Whatever your size, we can work to provide solutions that fit your needs.
What our clients say:
The Good to Great Governance programme overall has been excellent. The delivery has been of high quality and I like the accessibility of the webinar format. As a new charity, the programme had been valuable in ensuring we are set things up correctly and are doing the right things. It has clarified the role of board members and the executive, and develops confidence to remind board members of their responsibilities. The supa-regional event facilitated some helpful conversations and reinforced some of the skills, knowledge and experience we needed to consider when recruiting new members of our board. It was very timely as a result.
Following a governance review three years ago we appointed Campbell Tickell to undertake a Board effectiveness review to give us a sense check about our progress and to see how we could continue to improve having undergone some renewal on the Board. Greg Campbell and Rosie Chapman led the review in a thoughtful way reflecting the complexity of Nacro with businesses operating in different markets, with a variety of funders and regulators. The review supported our strategic away day and gave us helpful direction for improvements in governance as we embark on the review of our Corporate Strategy. I would recommend Greg and Rosie.
Radojka has worked with the Board, Senior Management Team and wider group of Managers of Amnesty International UK. She has run awaydays for both Managers and Board and she brings a real ability to get to the best out of such occasions. She plans the events well, is adaptable on the day, builds real rapport with people and also drives the participants to deliver their best being open to challenge and new ideas. She knows the value of these occasions, ensures they are well used and invariably gets great feedback from all involved. Her insights, delivered with tact and humour are based on a wealth of experience and she has lent that knowledge to us in a way which has helped us all do great work.
I’d like to thank Gera, Bill and your team for all your efforts on our Chief Executive recruitment. I believe we couldn’t have made a better appointment, we are delighted to have Denise on board and we’re all really looking forward to working with her.
We felt your recruitment process was rigorous albeit with flexibility, you listened to us and adapted your approach accordingly. I also appreciated your willingness to go the extra mile and, for example, conduct evening meetings and take weekend calls, to accommodate availability constraints.
This was an excellent quality and a good value for money process. I really enjoyed working with CT and I am sure Women’s Pioneer will be happy to work with you in the future.
We found Campbell Tickell helpful and thoroughly professional; in fact the consultant was a pleasure to work with, helping us achieve our objectives within budget. We received an excellent service and shall certainly use Campbell Tickell’s services in the future.
We have consulted Campbell Tickell on a number of occasions for our recruitment needs and cannot fault the service received. The standard of candidate was impressive and relevant to our operation. They have been excellent in assisting us to overcome some difficult recruitment issues both quickly and professionally. We would recommend their services very highly.
We had a key role to fill in our organisation and initially managed the recruitment process internally. We had a poor response and sought the assistance of Campbell Tickell. Throughout the process we found Campbell Tickell and the Associates added value, from helping us to think through the role and sort of person we needed, the development of a professional pack through to attracting an excellent range of candidates. The contrast with our internal campaign was stark, we appointed an exceptional candidate and the investment paid off.
As a newly merged charity, one of the critical tasks is getting our governance right for the future. Campbell Tickell have been exceptional at working with trustees from both the former charities, as well as the executive, in helping set both the structure and the tone for the St Mungo’s Broadway board to come together in a way that has reinforced the rationale for merger and our combined values. In short, we have got ‘further, faster, better’ than we could ever have done on our own.
James Tickell’s governance work ably steered our Board’s thinking. The framework he generated with them was relevant and sharp, and can only benefit our work with homeless and vulnerable people. James gets our thanks for invigorating the Board, who very much look forward to working with him again.
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