Charlotte specialises in leadership development, team facilitation and strategy development.
Charlotte worked for over 20 years in the not-for-profit sector. Before joining =mc seven years ago, she created and implemented a development programme to build the effectiveness and long-term sustainability of partner organisations around the world.
Over the next three months I am looking forward to be working with a range of national charities, including Mind, the MS Society and the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
I am currently developing and delivering a lot of leadership and management programmes. This includes delivering modular programmes for the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Birmingham Hippodrome and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
I will also be delivering courses on managing performance, change and facilitation skills, as well as running bespoke facilitated sessions with teams and senior management teams.
Before joining =mc I worked within the international not-for-profit sector in the UK and in Asia, for organisations such as Plan International and World Animal Protection. In my last role I was responsible for leading a global team. We created a development programme for partner organisations to support their long-term sustainability and impact. This involved helping the organisations to run a self-assessment of their capacity. Followed by bespoke support on strategic planning, board development, leadership, fundraising etc.
I am very passionate about the ethical sector and about developing individuals and teams to achieve sustainable results. I also love working with senior management teams, helping them to prioritise, create effective internal collaboration and shape their culture. And overall to remove any obstacles that get in the way of staff delivering excellence.Contact Charlotte Scott
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