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AGM 2022: Building networks

  1. 1. WELCOME TO ‘BUILDING NETWORKS ACROSS THE NCVO COMMUNITY’ WORKSHOP TOP UP YOUR DRINKS, TAKE A COMFORT BREAK, HAVE A QUICK STRETCH! WORKSHOP WILL START AT 13.10
  2. 2. Phase 1: Scoping November 2022 NCVO Building member relationships
  3. 3. NCVO strategic goal 3: CONNECT - Uniting people who want charities to thrive We're stronger as a sector when we come together. Charities and volunteers need a support system that can grow and sustain voluntary action. We'll focus on strong relationships at the core of what we do. We'll: ● create connections across our membership and networks to facilitate learning, collaboration and the development of ideas
  4. 4. A simple question: How do we enable NCVO members to connect with each other? (But a harder challenge to solve)
  5. 5. Quick fire questions: • How many of you belong to a professional network? • Which networks are these? • How do you connect?
  6. 6. Where we are now A centralised membership network where ● NCVO has 1:1 relationships with members ● Members cannot easily connect and organise with each other ● NCVO is “the expert”, sharing knowledge and resources.
  7. 7. “Membership should be a community of organisations coming together to achieve a shared purpose rather than a relationship only between NCVO and the individual member.” – NCVO strategy process
  8. 8. Vision A distributed NCVO network where… ● Horizontal relationship are at the heart ● Our members users can talk to each other and it’s easy to self-organise ● NCVO communicates and engages with members in a new way ● Members share knowledge and expertise, and support each other practically and emotionally ● Unleashing their innate energy and capacity ● Better meeting the needs of their communities ● Strengthening the impact and influence of civil society
  9. 9. Ways of convening
  10. 10. Enabled by
  11. 11. A member’s experience in 2030 Doing ● I ask my safeguarding group a question and get 3 helpful replies back ● I’m able to share my experience and based on a challenge I overcame recently ● I go to a local meetup for children’s charities – we’re planning a local campaign with businesses and councillors ● I join an online roundtable with NCVO and the Minister for Children, Young people and families ● I take part in my monthly Action Learning Set Think/ feel/ believe ● I feel supported practically and emotionally (solidarity from peers) and I can support others ● I’m able to focus on more strategic activity, as the day-to-day problems are easier to solve ● I feel a high degree of autonomy. I know I can make change happen as part of the collective Impact ● I fixed a problem in my organisation ● I made something better for those using our service ● I helped someone else with a problem ● I won a new piece of work ● We achieved a big policy change through our organising.
  12. 12. Questions and discussion ● What questions/reflections/feedback do you have? ● Which aspects excite you the most? ● What type of networks would you find most useful? ● NCVO led vs. self-organising? ● Volunteer community hosts? ● Benefits? ● How will we overcome barriers to engagement?
  13. 13. Phase 2: Getting ready February - October 2023. Output: A detailed proposal for funders. Contents will include: ● Funding budget ● 5-year timeline ● Partnership outline, including shared values and approach of NCVO and partners ● Formal governance arrangements ● Insight from members, following research ● Insight from testing some critical assumptions ● How we will build the understanding and capacity of NCVO and other partners, including details of any roles to be recruited ● A plan for how we will work in the open and share learning as we go ● Mapping of potential risks or harms.
  14. 14. AGM & MEMBER EVENT PLEASE RETURN TO THE MAIN ROOM
  15. 15. Building member relationships powers our strategy Strong, mutual relationships as central to what NCVO does and how we do it Platform for members to connect with each other Alex
  16. 16. A member’s experience in 2030 Connect Learn Share Doing I go to a local meetup for children’s charities – we’re planning a local campaign with businesses and councillors I ask my safeguarding group a question and get 3 helpful replies back I take part in my monthly Action Learning Set I’m able to share my experience, based on a challenge I overcame recently I join an online roundtable with NCVO and the Minister for Children, Young people and families Think/ Feel/ Believe I feel supported practically and emotionally (solidarity from peers) and I can support others I’m able to focus on more strategic activity, as the day-to- day problems are easier to solve I feel a high degree of autonomy. I know I can make change happen as part of the collective Impact I fixed a problem in my organisation I made something better for those using our service I won a new piece of work We achieved a big policy change through our organising. I helped someone else with a problem

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