Surviving the Credit Crunch IWRCC Workshop

Thanks to Julie for sending through details of this one day workshop/conference that may be of interest to some of our readers. Ed
If you are a voluntary or community organisation struggling to cope with the pace of change and the current economic squeeze, then you …

Thanks to Julie for sending through details of this one day workshop/conference that may be of interest to some of our readers. Ed

Surviving the Credit Crunch IWRCC WorkshopIf you are a voluntary or community organisation struggling to cope with the pace of change and the current economic squeeze, then you need Surviving the Credit Crunch – a one day conference specially designed for Isle of Wight groups and organisations.

Commissioned by the IWRCC this highly participative conference will be led by experienced consultants from Achill Management whose expertise and knowledge is drawn from the private, public and third sectors.

The conference includes workshops and presentations on

* Financial planning and financial management
* Managing organisational change and restructuring
* Effective strategic and business planning
* Stress and conflict management
* Collaborative and partnership working for success
* Fundraising and income generation

Each participant will be given a Credit Crunch Toolkit – a resource and reference pack of articles, guides and help/information sheets to take away for use in the future.

Supported by Capacity Builders places for this conference are free and available on a first come first serve basis – so don’t delay, book today and learn how you can Survive the Credit Crunch.

You can do this by e-mailing [email protected] or phoning reception 01983 524058.

Surviving the Credit Crunch Conference Workshop takes place at Northwood House, Cowes.

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Wednesday, 18th March, 2009 10:47am

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