Podcast 180 — L&D in the Not-for-Profit sector

What are some of the L&D challenges faced by the not-for-profit sector? And how do they overcome these challenges on restricted budgets?

Written by Nicola Boyle
Published 04 February 2020
Podcast 180 — L&D in the Not-for-Profit sector

This week on The Good Practice Podcast, Nicola Boyle and James McLuckie are joined by Cat Kernohan, Head of L&D at Oxfam, and Kate Kellaway-Moore, Head of Talent and Resourcing at Oxfam to discuss.

In this episode you'll find out:

  • How Oxfam deliver their L&D initiatives on restricted budgets
  • How not-for-profit organisations can attract and retain talent in the workplace
  • How Oxfam increase women's opportunities for promotion and senior leadership


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Nicola Boyle

Nicola Boyle

Marketing Communications Executive
Nicola has over six years of marketing experience. Her responsibilities include managing social media, podcast and webinar channels, as well content management and event planning. Nicola enjoys identifying and anticipating client needs and delivering the best possible experience to build successful long-standing client relationships.

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