ICYMI: June 2020

In case you missed it is a monthly round-up of what we have been up to at ACEVO. Includes links to recently published content, newly launched events and services available to members.

Jane Slowey memorial memberships

Applications open to women from BAME backgrounds or those who have a disability, in their first two years as a CEO for a charity or social enterprise. Apply now.

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Job of the week

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School for Social Entrepreneurs

Based outside London

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Dr Sanjiv Lingayah & Sufina Ahmad

A special podcast episode, about the Home Truths report

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Home Truths: Undoing racism and delivering real diversity in the charity sector

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Guides, tools, templates

Tailored resources that help you to streamline your workload and make time-consuming tasks easier to manage.

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Join us from 16 – 20 November 2020 for #ACEVOFest, an exclusive week-long digital event, bringing together social sector leaders to reflect, reboot and rebuild. Book now.

ACEVO Community

Members have access to an online hub, where they ask and offer advice as well as start and engage in conversations on any relevant topics. It’s our own social media, a safety net you can rely on.

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ACEVO’s publication Leading the CEO and chair to effective governance has really helped us shape an organisation that’s fit for purpose with a board and executive that are both functioning well.

Julio Abraham, CEO, Derby City Mission

I immediately used the ACEVO's leadership competencies in my recent review with my chair as I thought they perfectly captured what it means to be a CEO in our sector.

Kim Shutler-Jones, CEO, The Cellar Trust

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