No, we require organisations to commit to leaders attending the development days (online and/or face-to-face) as specified in the contract to enable the leader to fully engage and benefit from the programme.
Each organisation will determine the specific skill set they need for the leader to undertake the T2S project/role. Individuals need the right mix of skills and talent to complete the 12-month project.
Would someone who has previously been employed by an organisation be eligible as a Time to Shine candidate.
No, T2S is a leadership programme and does not replace existing roles where funding has ceased. The programme gives the leader an opportunity to gain paid work experience while building and further developing the charity [...]
The Foundation funds full time employment for 12 months, the number of hours is determined by what the organisation deems ‘full time’ (between 35 - 37.5 hours per week). Applicants with disabilities, or health circumstances that prevent them from working full-time, [...]
The programme starts in March 2021 (exact dates to be confirmed); the leader should have started in post with the organisation prior to the launch conference.
Time to Shine is a leadership programme and both the manager and the leader are participants. The leader attends the interview to demonstrate to the panel that the essential criteria including skills set, underemployed status, work ethic [...]