Navigating the middle manager maze in charities and not for profit

In partnership with the Charities HR Network

Equip your middle managers to solve their most common challenges 

The Charities HR Network is the only specialist membership body that connects and develops HR professionals working in the charity/Not for profit sector, providing a range of tailored services and resources. We have been the headline sponsor of their Learning and Development Special Interest group for over 2 years, bringing our understanding and expertise of the sector into all our joint initiatives to provide the most relevant support for charities.

In partnership with the Charities HR Network, our people development specialists have created 10 practical toolkits based on the most common problems they are seeing among the middle manager and leadership teams within charities and the not for profit sector they regularly support. These insightful resources contain useful frameworks, along with other tools and tips, to help middle managers overcome everyday hurdles and excel in their role.


Benefit from immediate access to our first 3 below and unlock the additional 7 by filling in the form at the foot of this page. By downloading these toolkits, you’ll put yourself in with a chance of being invited to our complimentary half-day workshop on 10th July, ‘Coaching Skills for Leaders & Managers’. The course will give you a taster for how coaching empowers your middle managers to improve their coaching skills and give them one of the most powerful tools they need to perform effectively in their roles.

Download our specialists toolkits for managers in charities and not for profit

Toolkit 1 - CHRN

Free toolkit 1

Balancing priorities

Toolkit 2 - CHRN

Free toolkit 2

Stakeholder mapping

Toolkit 3 - CHRN

Free toolkit 3

Managing ‘up & down’

Download our 10 manager toolkits for charities and not for profit

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