Digital leadership for all session overview

Digital leadership for all

Eighty per cent of charities want their leadership to provide a clear vision of how and what digital could help them achieve. Increasing your organisation’s use of digital tools could help you increase your fundraising, enhance your services or strengthen key relationships. This session will help you think about how you can be a digital leader, even if you don’t have those digital skills yourself. It will help you consider the tools you could be using, the skills, people and culture your organisation might need, as well as how you can bring on board volunteers and trustees with digital skills to help you make things happen. 

Dominic Tinley

Dominic is a media technology consultant who helps broadcasters, charities and public bodies plan interactive content and services. He provides creative and technical advice, sourcing specialists where required, helping select suppliers, and facilitating the conversations needed to make things happen.

Dominic's background is in digital media production. He was one of the first Web Producers at the BBC, Head of Online for Channel 4 Schools, Development Producer for DCMS Culture Online and Managing Editor of the UK Houses of Parliament website.

Since 2008 he has been an independent consultant working with organisations including Arts Council England, the BBC, the British Library and WWF. He is a Director of consulting company Thoughtsmith and a Trustee of Reach, the skilled volunteering charity.