Managing Performance and Change

Tuesday 3 March 2020

Crowe UK
St Bride's House
10 Salisbury Square
LONDON EC4Y 8EH

Being able to manage performance and change effectively is essential for charities to ensure that they, and their employees, realise their goals and achieve excellent results.

Finance professionals have a vital role in performance management, providing answers to the strategic questions posed by their CEO and Trustees, as well as their contribution to effective risk management.

This one-day conference will focus on how to get the best from your people and how to harness information and data, from forecasting and other financial planning to developing your performance strategy.

Who should come along to this event?

Charity trustees, CEOs, Finance Managers and Directors, particularly those with responsibility for strategy and financial leadership and management during times of change.

CFG events, training and members’ meetings can count towards your continuous professional development (CPD). Contact your association for further information, or email events@cfg.org.uk 

CFG members receive access to early bird and member rate discount. Not a CFG member? You could receive savings on bookings like this by joining CFG. Find out more about becoming a member and how to join our community.

 
Speakers

Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Chris Hoult, Interim Director of Finance, Royal Voluntary Service

Gemma Rocyn Jones, Head of Financial Resilience, The National Lottery Community Fund

Kate Tilley, Director of Business Development, Pause UK

Rosannah Thomasoo, Knowledge and Evaluation Lead, Pause UK

Naziar Hashemi, Partner, Crowe

Pesh Framjee, Head of Non Profits, Crowe

Natasha Bennett, Change Lead, City, University of London

John Hogg, Director of Continuous Improvement, University of Strathclyde

Programme
10.00

Registration and refreshments

10.30

Chair’s welcome

Naziar Hashemi, Partner, Crowe 

10.35

Effective change and transformation

This session will cover the nuts and bolts theory and practice of change, with a practical charity case study, including financial planning.

Pesh Framjee, Head of Non Profits, Crowe 

Chris Hoult, Interim Director of Finance, Royal Voluntary Service 

11.25

Measuring the performance of strategic change

How can an organisation best measure the performance of new changes and ensure they stayed on track? This session will look at the ways that one organisation is approaching and measuring the benefits of the change.

Gemma Rocyn Jones, Head of Financial Resilience, The National Lottery Community Fund

Kate Tilley, Director of Business Development, Pause UK

Rosannah Thomasoo, Knowledge and Evaluation Lead, Pause UK

12.15

Lunch

13.00

Using data to drive performance improvement

Effective use of data is essential to understanding performance, forecasting for the future and improving. This session will show you how to analyse and interpret data and build models for scenario planning for change.

Natasha Bennett, Change Lead, City, University of London

John Hogg, Director of Continuous Improvement, University of Strathclyde

13.50

People aspects of change

Successfully managing the people aspects of change is crucial in any change or performance improvement programme. In this session we will hear about the experience and lessons learned of CIPD in such a programme.

Peter Cheese, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

 

14.40

Chair’s close

14.45

End of conference

Prices
Charities - Members£119.00
Charities - Non-members£152.00
Corporate - Members£249.00
HTN - members£119.00