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Feb 24, 2019

In this episode, Stephen George talks with Viki Hayden Ward, Head of Fundraising at the British Youth Council. Viki shares how she built a fundraising programme from scratch, and her personal journey to grow and develop personally, with her team and board and to make a difference by giving young people courage and confidence.

Viki started her fundraising career in 2011 in the world of alumni fundraising. In what she describes as a ‘crash course’ in how to do individual fundraising, from direct mail, face to face, telephone, legacy and events fundraising, Viki still uses many of these important and valuable tools in her work, 7 years on. Viki has a successful track record in diversifying income, developing donor relationships and starting a fundraising department from scratch, while continuously being an ambassador for #DonorLove.

In her spare time, Viki blogs and tweets about fundraising, often identifying the unique quirks of being a fundraiser!  Her blog flightofthefundraiser.wordpress.com is a well loved blog for fundraisers, and she is on twitter https://twitter.com/vikihayden

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Feb 18, 2019

Middle managers need love and attention if they are to do what needs to be done to make things happen. Coaching, nudging, counselling and direction. The leadership deficit affects middle managers. Unsure of those above they can’t shine for those that need them below. Looking sideways they find might find solace in their colleagues, so they often look like a gang, or a tribe huddled for comfort. Sometimes they struggle because they are over promoted. Sometimes they struggle because they are too talented but locked in. Sometimes they just long to get on with things and develop and grow but are held back. In this episode, Stephen shares 10 top tips to become a better middle manager and make a bigger personal and organisational impact.

This episode is from a previous blog post at https://stephenwgeorge.com/10-must-dos-for-middle-managers/

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Feb 11, 2019

After the murder of her ten-year-old daughter Rosie May in 2003, Mary Storrie turned personal tragedy into hope by creating a living legacy – the Rosie May Foundation (RMF) – an international children’s charity which helps children in crisis, especially girls. The foundation has established local NGOs in both Sri Lanka and Nepal, following the Asian Tsunami in 2004 and the 2015 earthquake.

Stephen explores with Mary, her story, from the day her daughter was murdered, to the creation of her foundation and the lessons learned in starting up new projects, following her heart and creating a start-up charity from her kitchen table to an international organisation.

To find out more about Mary and the Rosie May Foundation go to https://www.rosie-may.com

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