It’s been a really interesting first few months as CEO of Think Global.
We are collectively operating in a fast changing and challenging environment, where making the case for global learning and action is increasingly difficult, although never more needed. As a result of my engagement with, and learning from, our network I have now developed a short term Business Plan to respond to this and take the organisation through to 2018.
Over the next year, we will refocus our energies and resources, and invest in rising to the challenge. This means we will be prioritising:
- Engagement and partnerships
With members, and many others interested in global learning and action
- Insight, impact and communications
Understanding more about what is needed, how we collectively respond and evidence making a difference, and communicate about our work
- National global learning leadership
Working with others to be a strong thought leader, co-ordinator, capacity builder and representative of the English global learning sector, advocating for global learning at a national level
- Resources and training for others
Working with others, to develop and deliver global learning resources and activities for educators and others
- Business resilience
Develop new partnerships and attract new income streams in order to become more efficient and effective in our practice
I look forward to working with you all on this.