November Finance Network Meeting – One week to go!

A reminder to book your place at the next Finance Network Meeting on November 24th 11:00 – 12:30. This session will focus on “Making Difficult Decisions”.

A quick reminder that the next Finance Network Meeting will take place next week Wednesday November 24th from 11:00 – 12:30 and the key session will be “Making Difficult Decisions”. To book your place, and / or to subsequently receive a copy of the recording of the event and the slides, please email John.Fox@ageuk.org.uk with: your name and role title; the name of the Brand Partner you are representing; and the email address to which the follow-up material should be sent. Read on to find out all about the meeting.

David Brown, a volunteer consultant with Cranfield Trust and formerly Chief Executive of a Royal Charter professional membership institution and Deputy chairman, Advantage West Midlands (RDA), will be exploring the options for SMTs and trustees to consider when faced with a significant deficit budget forecast.

He will begin by reminding us of decision-making ‘rules’ – what we ‘must’, and ‘should’ consider, and what we should ignore. He’ll warn against making hasty decisions which may not be the best decisions, and present a number of factors which demand careful attention.

The content will be relevant for trustees just as much (if not more so) as for senior Partner staff from across the local partner network. So please share this information with colleagues in your organisation who you feel would be interested in attending and encourage them to do so.

To book your place, and / or to subsequently receive a copy of the recording of the event and the slides, please email John.Fox@ageuk.org.uk with: your name and role title; the name of the Brand Partner you are representing; and the email address to which the follow-up material should be sent.

Please note: we will not be covering any other topics on the day so we can ensure the meeting finishes on time if not before. We want to ensure colleagues who are planning to attend the AEA ‘Open Meeting’, which commences at 1pm, have the opportunity for a break before doing so.

Author: ageukcomms

Age UK

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