This issue focusses on ‘Flexible Work’ and explores how charities can understand and apply flexible working practices within their organisations.
Alison leads and motivates teams and individuals to develop a passion about their own work. She has a background as a Chartered Accountant, bringing her commercial experience and understanding to the voluntary sector to drive organisational change and sustainability....
Eastside Primetimers Richard Litchfield has written for Pioneers Post about the UK social investment market and the role of Big Society Capital, generating significant debate in the sector
Q&A with Paul Venning, now a recruitment consultant at Eastside Primetimers, about his transition into the not-for-profit sector from blue-chip executive search in the corporate sector
Age UK Redbridge, Barking and Havering are looking for a new Chair to provide leadership to the Board and the Chief Executive – apply with us via Linkedin if you are interested in this great opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity to Chair the Board of a new collaboration of Mind Charities in West London
Leonora has a successful track record of supporting not-for-profits. Learn more about how Leonora made the switch to the third sector with EP here.
Looking to demonstrate your impact better? This is our selection from our latest EP Insights on the top ten articles, resources and tools that will help you take your social impact measurement and management to the next level
Eastside Primetimers has published the latest edition of EP Insights, our management briefing for charity and social sector leaders, focusing on ‘Improving Impact’. It explores how charities can not only upskill at measuring and managing social impact, but also use their findings to drive real improvement
On September 10th Homeless Link are holding a one-day conference with Social Investment Business and School for Social Entrepreneurs, sharing the learning and good practice gained from the Enterprise Development Programme, which Eastside Primetimers works on as a provider
Richard Prince spent nearly 30 years in the energy sector before making a career change to the not-for-profit sector. As part of both the core team and a consultant with Eastside Primetimers, Richard shares some insight for any one considering making the switch
Eastside Primetimers chief executive Richard Litchfield has been quoted in Third Sector today about charity restructuring, in a piece by John Plummer reflecting on the experiences of charities including Scope and Reach Volunteering
Following a successful marketing career including a senior role with Mars and then Director of Supporter Marketing with the Woodland Trust, Helen first started working with EP in 2013. She specialises in marketing, fundraising and communications and works on a wide...
Eastside Primetimers has been selected as an approved provider on the Forward Enterprise Fund, a £2m social investment fund that supports individuals, charities and social enterprises run by, or creating employment opportunities for, ex-offenders and people in recovery from addiction
Cara Evans, former CEO of HemiHelp & now Director of Partnerships for children’s disability charity Contact, talks about the process of HemiHelp’s merger into Contact and what other charities might be able to learn from their experiences
After working for a business publishing company for 26 years, Howard Sharman made the switch to the not-for-profit sector as an Eastside Primetimers member-consultant. He shares his experience with us, from making the sector transition to becoming one of EP’s regular consultants.
Is your charity making the most of today’s technologies? Eastside Primetimers digital consultant Steve Calcott provides seven top tips to ensure that you’ve got digital embedded in your strategy to better meet the needs of all of your stakeholders. Contact Digital Consultant Steve today to start a conversation.
Reach, a charity which matches skilled volunteers with charities that need them, pulled itself back from the brink of closure and doubled its impact after transferring its services online. It was a tough – but rewarding – journey, explains CEO Janet Thorne.
Arts Council England, which invests public money in arts and culture organisations, focused upon digital development among its fundees several years ago. Francis Runacres, executive director of enterprise and innovation, shares the funder’s insights into how to make digital transformation a reality
The Mix supports young people by offering advice, counselling and information online, on the telephone and through social media. CEO Chris Martin explains how a digital approach enables the charity to adapt quickly to what young people need