Charities pivoted rapidly to digital in the first months of the pandemic – as we head into the next phase, it’s time to reflect.
After the chaos of the past six months, September feels like a “back to school” moment for the sector. Some staff are having occasional days in the office, and schools, pubs and restaurants are open.
Yet there has been a noticeable digital shift for charities. As we move into the next phase of the pandemic, how can we build on what we have achieved?
The incredible speed with which some charities went digital is impressive. Charity leaders and their teams worked around the clock to adapt to digital, with two-thirds of charities delivering all work remotely.
However, many of the leaders I know cited headspace as a significant challenge. Making the time to think and strategise is essential as charities plan for building back better.
You don’t need to be a digital expert to run this session, and it can be done on Zoom in two hours maximum.
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