Digital leadership: developing your charity's digital capability

12 March 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
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12 March 2019
The Mulberry Centre
15 Amersham Vale New Cross
SE14 6LE London
United Kingdom


Digital offers a big opportunity to increase the impact of your work, be more collaborative and secure funding. In fact, The Lloyds Business Digital Index reveals that highly digitally capable charities are twice as likely to save time, and ten times as likely to save money. But it's hard to make sound strategic choices when digital isn’t your day job. 

In this interactive, thought-provoking 2 hour workshop we’ll use the principles of the recently launched UK Charity Digital Code of Practice to explore how small charity leaders can develop their organisation’s digital capability. 

You’ll discover some new ways of working and ideas and resources to take back to your board or teams.

Who is this event for? 

This session is for trustees, chief executives/ directors and senior management only.

You do not need to have specific knowledge about digital or be taking a lead on digital / IT / technology to take part. This is for all leaders who are concerned about the management and sustainability of their organisations. 

Supportng resources and registering interest

Superhighways are developing a pack of resources and video series that will follow this taster session. There will be an opportunity to express your interest in trustee board training or receive follow up post-event.

Please complete this form to register your interest and needs


This workshop will be delivered by Kate White and Sorrel Parsons from Superhighways, who have a wealth of experience in charity and community sector use of digital, IT and impact measurement using technology. 


You can purchase your free ticket through Eventbrite or contact us to make other arrangements.

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Photo credit

Wikimedia Commons

By Harland Quarrington

Images are downloadable at high resolution, made available at for reuse under the OGL (Open Government License).