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Rethinking operational leadership: new research from ALNAP challenges perceptions

By Fiona Sinclair

On Wednesday this week, ALNAP launched its latest report at a panel-lead event in London, challenging assumptions around what successful operational leadership looks like. The report 'Between chaos and control: Rethinking operational leadership' was presented by Paul Knox-Clarke, Head of Research and Communications at ALNAP, followed by a panel discussion chaired by Jane Cocking, Humanitarian Director at Oxfam GB, with participants Chris Kaye from WFP and Steve Goudswaard from World Vision

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GOAL achieves its first People In Aid Quality Mark: Committed

We are delighted that People In Aid member GOAL has achieved Quality Mark 1 - Committed, demonstrating its commitment to the People In Aid Code of Good Practice. GOAL was one of our earliest members, and recently rejoined our membership network in 2012 after a three-year break.

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People In Aid seeks two new Trustees

Are there people within your organisation who are interested in joining a strong team of dedicated individuals committed to making a difference? Who would like a rewarding role at the centre of humanitarian and development work, and would benefit from the development opportunity that being a trustee of a well-respected and well-connected network can offer? Then please encourage them to consider becoming a Trustee for People In Aid.

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Using workforce and HR benchmarking to drive change: results conference

Agenda Consulting will be sharing the results of the tenth annual People Count Third Sector workforce and HR benchmarking study at a Results Conference and Product Training taking place in London, UK, on 18 September 2014. People In Aid members can attend the Results Conference for no charge, and hear the latest results and developments from this research, which is designed to provide new insights into good practice, determine priorities for action and provide evidence for change.

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