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Blogs 29th July 2019 51 seconds read
The world of charities and social enterprise has entered a significant period of change – that’s the verdict of sector expert and Green Park Partner, Kai Adams.
While Kai sees boards facing a slew of financial and commercial issues, he also sees them evolving through a promising new approach. Watch this short video (1:35) to discover the leadership style that charities are adopting – and the force that can help them beat a range of formidable challenges.
Kai came to Green Park from a leading executive search firm and set up Green Park’s Charities & Social Enterprise Practice. With its 75% repeat business rate and rapid growth, Kai was quickly promoted to Partner. He now delivers complex senior mandates for non-profit organisations large and small, including established names and start-ups at regional, national and international level.
Believing that his team’s activity needs to go beyond recruitment, Kai is an active participant in many important discussions relating to the wider sector. He is a frequent speaker at trustee exchange and people and culture conferences, is active in digital discovery, a community of digital leaders in the sector, and continues Green Park’s work to improve visible and cognitive diversity within the field.