EU3leader launches two online meetings with representatives of the non-profit sector to be held in the month of November.
EU3leader is a project aiming to strengthen leadership and entrepreneurship among Third Sector organisations in order to make them more able to drive positive change in tomorrow’s Europe. Therefore, given the fact that they are developing a framework platform for leadership in this field, they have also launched a series of webinars for Third Sector leaders. Delivered by Open University Business School and Vienna University, those virtual meetings will be a great opportunity to spend lunch time doing learning both theoretical and practical issues from leadership in the non-profit world.
On the one hand, the 6th of November will be the day for the first webinar: “What on earth is leadership anyway?”. Leadership is one of the most talked about concepts in civil society and social enterprise. In this online session participants will learn competences needed and what challenges face leaders of the Third Sector nowadays. Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership (CVSL) will be in charge of the free leadership development module. To get registered, you can click the following link.
On the other hand, the second webinar will cover the subject of “Challenges & Opportunities of the Third Sector across Europe”, a useful overview for leaders to ask questions and also listen the witnesses of other leaders from different countries. This virtual meeting will be held on November the 13th and will present a brilliant summary of Third Sector challenges and opportunities in the 27 EU Member States. Both webinars are scheduled for 13.00-14.00 (CET). You can join the webinar by clicking here.
EU3leader is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It’s a project belonging to the Euclid Network, whose mission is working with members and partners across Europe and beyond to create connections between civil society and social enterprise leaders and see both key actors empowered to drive positive change.