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Development Network is a network of experienced freelance management consultants and
trainers based in the UK who work primarily or exclusively with voluntary organisations. Regular events open to all members are held in London and Edinburgh, and occasionally in other parts of the UK.
in Management, Governance and Organisational Development
with Voluntary Organisations
To find out about MDN's
purposes, activities and history, see About MDN.
If you are a freelance
management consultant or trainer based in the UK and are interested in membership, see How to join MDN.
If you would like to know about MDN in Scotland, see MDN in Scotland.
If you are a
voluntary organisation, see Choosing and briefing a management
consultant or trainer, the list of MDN members,
the regional index of members, the
index of members' management specialisms, the index
of members' sector specialisms, and the individual pages for each member.
This information will be especially useful to:
- councils for voluntary service, rural community councils and other local development
- national, regional and local umbrella and support organisations for voluntary
organisations involved in particular types of work;
- local authorities, government departments, charitable trusts and other funders which
provide support to organisations they fund;
- other voluntary, public and commercial sector bodies which provide support for people
involved in voluntary organisations;
- colleges and universities running courses on voluntary sector management, governance and
- chief executives, managers and training organisers in voluntary organisations.
You can also find out
about books on voluntary sector governance and management by MDN
MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT NETWORK
PO Box 63494, London SE4 9DA
tel 07479 287325
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