Welcome to Green Pepper Consulting, a social enterprise providing training, advice and written communications to third sector organisations; and specialising in employment relations, leadership and management skills, HR best practice, staff well-being, and social media.
We should all become political
Getting civil society’s message across during this election will be difficult. On the one hand there is a broadcast media that concentrates on soundbites and vox-pops, and on the other, a biased print media. This article argues that instead we should all become political; and use social media as our platform. Read more here.
Are you leaving your social media output to chance?
Improving capacity in digital skills like social media is increasingly important to the third sector. This article looks at how social media output can be properly planned so it not only aligns with your strategic goals, but helps you with individual campaigns. Read more here.
Green Pepper is delighted to announce that it’s Director, David Green, recently became an associate for charity consultants Action Planning. This is a well-known national organisation that provides consultancy services to non-profits covering strategy, governance, fundraising, marketing, people and practice.
What you should know before applying for trust or grant funding
This article, re-blogged from Citrus Consultancy, considers what steps you should take before you submit an application for funding. It covers important aspects such as the funders criteria, evidencing need and demonstrating that you have the experience and skills to deliver your project. Read more here.
Support for your managers?
Great managers can bring the best out of their staff. But that first management role can be daunting. To help your managers develop the skills needed and generate confidence, Green Pepper can provide coaching and training suited to your managers’ and your organisational needs. Please find out more here.
Short workshops from Green Pepper
A new range of short workshops are available to be run at local workplaces. Covering topics such as basic skills for new managers; improving staff and volunteer engagement, and staying safe on social media, they would suit small groups of 6 to 16 participants. Find out more..
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