Don’t miss our first event of the season dedicated to supporting you in your first role as a recruiting manager or on an interview panel.
An interview is daunting at the best of times – as much for a first-time interviewer as for the interviewee. YAF is bringing together a panel of experienced fundraising leaders, HR professionals and management trainers to support and prepare our members for their first role as a recruiting manager, or as a member of an interview panel. The speakers will present some of the practical skills and strategies for becoming an interviewer, as well as legislation and best-practice that will better-prepare delegates to step up as leaders in their organisations.
Have a look at our fantastic panel for this event below, and don’t forget to book your free place.
Elizabeth is a voluntary and community sector consultant and interim leader with over 30 years’ experience of frontline delivery. She curated and wrote the Equality, Diversity & Inclusion recruitment guides for the Chartered Institute of Fundraisng, is a trustee at the National Emergencies Trust and sits on the Equity Scrutiny Group and Allocations Committee.
Nick is Director of Recruitment at Creative Access and brings many years of agency and inhouse recruitment experience to the panel. He has led teams and advised organisations on interview best-practice and devised and run many recruiter and hiring manager workshops. A strong advocate of hiring for values, behaviours and attitudes, he has worked globally across many industries.
Nicole is an experienced fundraising consultant specialising in strategy, organisational change, and delivers fundraising training and mentoring for culture and education organisations. She has over 25 years of experience in senior fundraising and Development Director roles including at the V&A, Tate, English National Ballet and English National Opera. She is a Trustee of the Akram Khan Company, Punchdrunk Enrichment, and the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill.