“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa
Who should attend?
This workshop is aimed at corporate partnerships leaders who are responsible for strategy.
Strategy increases focus.
Strategy builds confidence.
Strategy helps you win.
The challenge with corporate fundraising is it’s easy to get stuck in short-term thinking due to the pressure of annual targets. Short-term thinking means you operate from a reactive space and focus on delivering tasks.
Strategy helps you combat this, because it shifts your focus to the long-term. This gives you room to be proactive and focus on achieving growth.
What you will learn
- Howto build your strategy on data and insight.
- How to become a prospect magnet.
- How to use your strategy to strengthen internal partnerships.
- How to use your strategy to drive growth.
- Key ingredients of a winning corporate partnerships strategy.
What you will take away
- Understanding of how to build an insight-led strategy.
- How to involve your team and colleagues in strategy development.
- Inspiration and confidence to create your unique strategy.
Time and date
Wednesday 15 November 9:30 – 12:30.
The training will be delivered by Jonathan Andrews.
Places are £195 + VAT.
Jonathan is a corporate partnerships specialist with 25 years’ experience. He has led successful fundraising teams at Alzheimer’s Society, Age Concern and Action for Children. At Alzheimer’s Society, his team’s fundraising income increased from £4m to £16m in four years. He has secured major corporate partnerships including BT, Bupa, Credit Suisse, Intel and Santander. He is the co-founder of Byte Night, which has raised over £12 million for Action for Children. In 2013 he created Remarkable Partnerships to help charities and companies create game-changing partnerships. He has published five industry reports and he was the project lead on corporate partnerships for the Commission on the Donor Experience. Jonathan leaves people feeling inspired and motivated to be more ambitious.