How charities can get the best from people power
An organisation is defined by its people. Their passion, skills, energy, time and humour are critical to the success of any charity, no matter its size, shape or cause.
Yet people also have the power to break an organisation. From human error and lack of skills, to negligence and criminality, the actions of the individual can have a hugely detrimental effect on a charity and its services users.
Our guide explores the value of people in sustaining and transforming organisations, and explains how charities can get the most out of their employees, volunteers, trustees, supporters and advocates.