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"I still have a long journey ahead of me. I’m comfortable with that, as a good leadership journey is exactly that, and doesn’t end!" Ian Findlay, Chief Officer of Paths for All reflects on his leadership journey and shares his learnings and tips...

"A bit of blurring round the edges is a good thing. We all need to lead and follow." Meg Wright has recently taken up a new role as Scotland Director of the Engineering Development Trust. She reflects on her learning and leadership journey in this month's ACOSVO leadership blog...

Ewan Aitken, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Cyrenians lets us in on his tips for making decisions under pressure and how he has developed his leadership resilience...

“The best decisions you will take will be the ones you have time to think about; the most important one will be the ones that you have to take instantly."

“Are you a brilliant public speaker?” Martin Crewe, Director of Barnardo's Scotland shares his top public speaking tips in this month's leadership blog...

As Chief Officers of voluntary organisations there is increasing pressure on us all to be ‘great communicators’ so it’s a pretty loaded question.

Young Scottish women and Beyoncé inspire Louise Macdonald, Young Scot's Chief Executive in this month's leadership blog...

ACOSVO Chief Executive Pat Armstrong started the year with the task of starting a leadership blog – hear how she got on with the ‘Wall of Death’ and look out for more third sector leadership blogs to follow throughout the year…

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