Director and CEO LunchNet (D&C LunchNet)
This meeting is for Directors and CEOs only, please can you make sure that your registration to attend this meeting is subject to these criteria. If this is not the case, and you do register, please accept our apologies now although we will have decline your registration and refund your ticket.
Networking works, at all levels, not least at a Director / CEO level, hence our D&C LunchNet. Following the concept of Peer to Peer learning, new experiences for you and your team maybe ‘old hat’ for others – why not share your lessons learnt?
Leading an organisation whether it’s privately owned or a public business can be a lonely place, that coupled with the knowledge that most support you have access to is from professionals and individuals that have a commercial agreement with you – you pay them!
Register to attend this D&C LunchNet and you will listen to key business leaders sharing their lessons learnt while leading their organisations.
Also, network and build contacts with your peers, from other sectors, that are in a similar position to yourself. Exchange contact details and build long-term trusted relationships.
Chatham House Rules apply.
Leader hosting this meeting:-
Daniel Flynn – Chief Executive Office at the YMCA – North Staffordshire.
Maximum number 15 x Directors / CEOs only.
11:30 – Registration, relaxed networking.
12:00 – Premises Tour
12:30 – Director Lessons learnt and our Growth plans Daniel Flynn, CEO, YMCA North Staffordshire.
13:00 – Lunch, relaxed networking.
13:30 – Close
Daniel has been CEO of YMCA North Staffordshire since January 2003 and in that time the organisation has grown by all measures. Currently the YMCA serves 1600 individuals per month from across North Staffordshire. The Service offer has grown and services are delivered in three major areas, Housing and Support both in the hostel and supporting people in the community, Training and Employment Services; equipping Young people with the skills, qualifications, confidence and future personal vision and Families and Communities Staying Connected; help to rebuild families providing support, guidance, training and therapeutic services to family groups and individuals. Daniel works nationally and internationally for the YMCA.
He has spent the vast majority of the last 30 years working in the charitable sector developing charitable business providing solutions for individual who are or at risk of homelessness. Currently he is delivering the vision of a Young person’s village or youth campus and has secured £7.1 million to deliver a 21st century youth hub for the city.
In the last year he has been working with the House of Lords committee set up by the office of the third sector looking at building relationships between private sector and third sector. Daniel has also been working with the Centre for Social Justice helping to influence and develop social policy.
Daniel sits on a number of boards and directorships and currently a member of the Governance Transition Board appointed by John Heeley Minister of DCLG in 2009 helping to support the effectiveness of the city political leadership