It is an absolute pleasure working with the charity sector. We have helped a number of charities with a range of training workshops. The subject areas we have trained on have varied from charity to charity. It includes written communication training, virtual presentation skills training, communication skills training, personality at work training, time management training, personal efficiency training and presenting with impact training.

We enjoy getting to understand the challenges of the participants, the context of the charity and what the charity wants to achieve with the training. People who work in a charity have similar challenges to those in other organisations, but they may well have additional things to deal with. Our training focusses on the specific situations and challenges we are given, in order to help the participants with their work.

Each charity has its own context and way of working. It’s our job to make sure we understand this to make sure the training we deliver gives the participants what they need to hep with their work.


Special rates are available to all charities.

The Benefits of Soft Skills Training in a Charity

Soft skills training in charities brings about invaluable benefits, enhancing the overall effectiveness and impact of these organizations. Charities, driven by a commitment to social causes, often require strong interpersonal and communication skills. Soft skills training addresses this need by fostering improved communication, empathy, and collaboration among staff and volunteers.

One key benefit is enhanced relationship-building. Soft skills such as active listening and effective communication empower charity workers to connect more deeply with beneficiaries, donors, and fellow team members. This heightened understanding can lead to more targeted and compassionate assistance.

Moreover, soft skills training contributes to increased efficiency. As charities often operate in dynamic environments, adaptability and problem-solving skills become paramount. Training in these areas equips individuals to navigate challenges creatively and make informed decisions promptly.

Team dynamics within charities are also significantly influenced by soft skills. Training encourages teamwork, conflict resolution, and leadership skills, fostering a positive organizational culture. This, in turn, leads to improved morale and higher retention rates among staff and volunteers.

In the context of fundraising and donor relations, soft skills training equips charity professionals with the ability to convey compelling narratives, fostering donor trust and engagement. Ultimately, investing in soft skills training empowers charities to fulfill their missions more effectively by building stronger connections, fostering adaptability, and creating a positive and collaborative organizational culture.

Client Case Studies

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Written Communication Training
Charity Commission
Virtual Presentation Skils Training
charity communications training
Communication & In Meeting Presentations
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Personality at Work
cahrities aid foundation
Time Management Training
Personal Efficiency Training
Presenting With Impact
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Presentation Skills Training
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Personality at Work

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