Zoe Amar launches free webinar on digital leadership

Charity digital expert Zoe Amar is joining forces with Charity Digital News to present an exclusive webinar providing practical advice based on the Charity Digital Code of Practice.

Chloe Green | 19th Feb 19
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Charity Digital News and Zoe Amar, a Charity Sector Digital expert, are hosting a free webinar for charities on the 7 lessons of digital leadership.

The Charity Digital Skills Report clearly identified that a lack of motivation and understanding from charity leaders was a significant barrier to the introduction of new digital applications and services.

Taking place on Friday 1st March at 1pm, the webinar will bring practical advice based on Amar’s experience as a digtal leader and drawing from the Charity Digital Code of Practice. It will cover vital areas such as culture, managing risks and ethics, adaptability and include examples from charities who have driven successful digital innovation and deployment strategies.

Charities of all sizes and levels of digital competency are certain to come away with practical tips and learning points.

Amar is widely regarded as one of the charity sector’s leading digital experts. She founded the digital agency and social enterprise Zoe Amar Digital in 2013 and is Chair of The Charity Digital Code of Practice. She also has ten years’ experience as a charity trustee and sits on the Board Audit and Risk Sub-Committee at the Samaritans as their digital expert.

All webinars in the series are completely free to attend and are run over a lunch hour by Charity Digital News in collaboration with a range of experts from leading organisations. Past webinars can be viewed online, including the latest on planning content for digital campaigns by Lightful.

Catch up on the webinar, ‘The 7 Lessons of Digital Leadership’

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