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This blog is brought to you by Ian McLaughlan, a Fellow of ACOSVO and Chief Executive of Youth Scotland. Ian asks the voluntary sector to continue to be tolerant, act fairly, work collaboratively and be more generous in our collective acts of human kindness with each other.

 


 

This blog was written by Griet Haegemans, our most recent Belgian intern who has been working with ACOSVO over the past three months. She shares her surreal experience from an evacuation on her second night in Edinburgh to working with us during a global pandemic.

 

This guest blog is brought to you by Julie Hutchison from Aberdeen Standard Capital who summarises the key themes which emerged during ACOSVO's Week 8 CEO Check-In During COVID-19.

This guest blog is brought to you by Julie Hutchison from Aberdeen Standard Capital who summarises the key themes which emerged during ACOSVO's Week 7 CEO Check-In During COVID-19.

This guest blog is brought to you by James Jopling, Head of British Heart Foundation Scotland who reflects on the key themes which emerged during ACOSVO's COVID-19 & Cross-Border Charities Zoom Check-In.

 

This guest blog is brought to you by Julie Hutchison from Aberdeen Standard Capital who summarises the key themes which emerged during ACOSVO's Week 6 CEO Check-In During COVID-19.

This guest blog is brought to you by Julie Hutchison from Aberdeen Standard Capital who summarises the key themes which emerged during ACOSVO's Week 5 CEO Check-In During COVID-19. 

 

 

...And what a week it’s been. Team ACOSVO moved to home working; we connected with members through three CEO zoom calls - with weekly calls to follow; I’ve somewhat got my head around Microsoft Teams; and we’ve all been avidly following the news and thinking about loved ones and how we can do our bit.

This blog was orginally published in TFN on 18th February 2020. To see the original article, please click here.


Pat Armstrong discusses whether third sector leadership and academic learning goes hand in hand or is an uncomfortable fit.

 

Orginally published 6th November 2019 in The Pioneers Post, see the original article here.


Life as a third sector boss can be stressful and lonely – it’s hard enough to keep going let alone focus on strategy or innovation. Pat Armstrong OBE, Chief Executive of ACOSVO – a long-term partner of RBS/NatWest Social & Community Capital – shares her learning on how to support current and future leaders.

 

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