Resources: Digital leadership
Digital leadership means having a vision of where your charity is going and how digital can achieve it.
With digital now a key part of how charities fundraise, deliver services and work, it’s an essential skill for charity leaders, from managers to trustees. All leaders are now digital leaders by default.
Digital leaders don’t need to be Silicon Valley gurus or have huge budgets. They just need a clear focus on how digital can help their charity meet its goals and give donors and supporters a better experience.
Our digital leadership resources below will help you develop these skills, whatever stage you are at.
Third Sector Digital Leaders Programme
Our popular digital leadership programme for charity and social enterprise leaders. Find out programme details, what alumni say and how to apply.
'Starts At The Top' podcast
Hosted by Zoe Amar and Paul Thomas, this new podcast looks at leadership, digital and change. How are leaders using digital to navigate uncertainty and forge a path to the future?
Blog posts about digital leadership
Topical insights and reflections from the Zoe Amar Digital team
I’m writing this because over the last few months I’ve been working with a group of incredible women, Jo Morfee, Ellie Hale and Siana Bangura from Catalyst and Shanice Blair from Agencies for Good, discussing how we can make the network and also the wider tech for...
As part of our interview series with charity leaders breaking new ground with digital, we talk to Hanuman Dass, Chairman and Founder of Go Dharmic, a digital first, volunteer organisation that utilises the power of digital to promote social good. We find out how the organisation is utilising digital media and new online platforms for digital fundraising and promoting social good.
As part of our interview series with charity leaders breaking new ground with digital during the pandemic, we spoke to Pasna Sallis, Founding Director of Weekday Wow Factor, a volunteer, occupational therapist led social enterprise delivering leisure activities across Greater Glasgow for people of all abilities. We find out how the organisation adapted and moved forward its digital delivery in response to COVID and discovered the value of partnerships.
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