skills development programme has improved the way the Charity Commission runs,
after parliamentary watchdog the Public Accounts Committee accused it of having
committee, which regulates 180,000 charities in England and Wales, responded to
the critical report by drawing up a new business strategy focused on learning
commission’s director of resources, Bill Richardson, told the HRD conference in
London that staff were involved in the process from the beginning.
published a people plan along with our business plan to give everybody a feel
of what HR was up to and how the measures would move forward,” he said.
said the changes had made the organisation more adaptable and it was able to
approve and process the September 11 charity in 11 days rather than the usual
management development programme was launched to encourage inspirational leadership
and develop team working. The scheme uses 360-degree feedback and focuses on
coaching to help deliver results in line with the business values.
Areas covered include time management, telephone skills and