It doesn’t matter what project we are on – whether we are in a large public sector team, a school, a voluntary group, a start up, or a Board member, as Leaders we can never take our foot off the pedal. That doesn’t mean we mustn’t rest or relax or inject calm and thoughtfulness, because that… Continue reading In the driving seat..
When I set up and ran a youth club with 20 volunteers and 50 members twelve years ago, I never dreamt that it would lead to supporting not just 50, but almost 40,000 members of clubs all these years later. Because that was what RunAClub was designed to do – solve the problems for leaders… Continue reading RunAClub Evolution
Week in and week out, I hear stories of individuals or community groups finding it incredibly hard to find volunteers and helpers (and of course the money) to run community projects – and the other volunteers and I face the same issues at the youth club I help with. In addition, there is increasing pressure… Continue reading Volunteer – a way of life
Our latest data from our clubs, groups and projects show that 96% of the 34,000 members (attendees) are young people under the age of 25, peaking at the age of 13-15 years old. In addition, we know the busiest clubs are those with young members in the highest areas of deprivation – showing a great… Continue reading The importance of subscriber identity, demographics data, behaviour data and user metrics
Proving your impact has become a hot topic! We can help you with your output and outcome reporting and even produce some extremely useful and pretty infographics to demonstrate your impact and reach to your funders and partners. If you would like to see our infographic please message through the system or email email@example.com As our… Continue reading Proving Impact
It has been a very busy year at RunAClub HQ – we have welcomed some great new customers and renewed contracts with councils such as Devon, Dorset, Essex, Guernsey Youth, Manchester, Wiltshire, and sporting bodies such as Black Country Consortium, Lincolnshire Sport, Parkour UK, Sported, UK Dodgeball, Walsall Sport and Leisure, and national umbrella organisations… Continue reading Christmas 2016
At a conference last week I heard a repeated message about failure which I hear on an everyday basis these days. I hear that the top techs from Silicon Valley consider it positive to fail and I also heard Harvard like to trot this one out too. And this is why I don’t agree with it… I really… Continue reading Failure – not in my vocab