New Chief Executives

Our New Chief Executives Programme (NCE) is ideal for busy nonprofit CEOs who want to stretch their learning, and to step up to the many demands and challenges of the role

Key information

Start date
11th November 2021
Duration
13 half days across 7 months
Fees
£1845pp

Programme Dates

This programme will consist of thirteen half day online workshops on the following dates:

Module 1: Thursday 11th & Friday 12th November 2021

Action Learning Set 1: Friday 10th December 2021

Module 2: Thursday 13th & Friday 14th January 2022

Module 3: Thursday 17th & Friday 18th February 2022

Action Learning Set 2: Friday 18th March 2022

Module 4: Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd April 2022

Action Learning  Set 3: Friday 29th April 2022

Module 5: Thursday 19th & Friday 20th May 2022

All module workshops will run from 09:00 to 13:00 and all Action Learning Set Session will begin at 09:00 and conclude by 12:00, with the exception of Action Learning Set 1 which will take place from 14:00 to 17:00.

Programme Costs

Tis programme costs £1845pp. VAT is not charged.

This programme fee covers the ten half-day online workshops, three half-day online Action Learning Sets, and all programme materials and administration.

Who Should Attend

The NCE programme has been designed specifically for new chief executives who are currently employed within the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector, with up to two years' experience in the role. To be eligible for the programme you will need to be reporting directly to a trustee board and leading a team of staff.

If you are unsure about your eligibility for this programme please contact us at CCE@city.ac.uk

Why choose our New Chief Executives programme?

This flagship programme has been completely redesigned using a series of fresh, engaging, and highly participative, live online modules delivered by CCE's leadership development specialist tutors, with contributions from other subject matter experts and current nonprofit CEOs. The programme combines online workshops, action learning sets and other course materials and activities to support reflection, interactive group and peer learning, and the practical application of new thinking to emerging and real-world challenges.

Benefits to you

  • Develop your personal leadership capability
  • Enhance your presence, communication and relational leadership skills
  • Build your confidence to lead with agility
  • Create an enduring peer support network
  • Be inspired by the career experiences of successful nonprofit chief executives.

Benefits to your organisation

  • Understand how to improve organisational effectiveness
  • Learn how to shape an organisation through positive relationships, dialogue and action
  • Understand how to influence the chair and board, to engage stakeholders, and to incorporate diversity, inclusion and equity
  • Widen your organisation’s professional network.

“Undoubtedly the best training course I have ever done! Truly inspirational challenging and emotional. Thank you!”

- Roger Clark, Chief Executive, West London Mission

Programme Leaders

The programme will be co-facilitated by programme leaders Christine Fogg and Tammy Tawadros. You will also hear from a range of other external speakers and sector experts.

Christine Fogg
Christine is a consultant and visiting fellow within CCE, where she has worked for over ten years. She specialises in coaching, mentoring and facilitation, organisational capacity building and leadership development.

Tammy Tawadros
Tammy is a consultant and visiting lecturer with CCE. She is an executive coach, organisational consultant and work psychologist. Tammy has many years’ experience of the design and delivery of a broad range of leadership, organisational development and culture change initiatives.

“Loved it. Great to have some time to reflect on myself, my organisation, my style of leadership. I really enjoyed the psychological elements and learning.”

- Eugenie Harvey, Chief Executive, The Funding Network

Supported by the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants Charitable fund, the funding arm of The Worshipful Company of Management Consultants (registered charity number 1059212).

COVID-19 response

The latest information about City, University of London’s response to the pandemic can be found on the students and visitors page.

Our staff, consultants and faculty remain dedicated to supporting our clients during this challenging time; please feel free to reach out with any questions or requests to CCE@city.ac.uk.

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