We are extremely grateful to the following organisations for their support of the Fellowship programme:
The Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) at the University of Cumbria is a global hub of inquiry, teaching, and dialogue on enabling the transition to more fair and sustainable societies. It educates thousands of managers and entrepreneurs from around the world on leading organisations in challenging times.
IFLAS offers postgraduate qualifications including a Postgraduate Certificate and MA in Sustainable Leadership Development, along with a wide range of accredited and non-accredited courses. workshops, single modules and MOOCs, consultancy and bespoke programmes.
IFLAS is supporting our leadership retreats by providing a pro bono venue and teaching staff. We are offering a dedicated, free Fellowship place for an individual who has completed the Money and Society MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) delivered by IFLAS.
The Chartered Banker Institute is the oldest and largest professional banking institute in the world, with over 30,000 members. The Institute was founded in 1875, operates in all UK nations, and has a significant and growing international presence.
Established by Royal Charter, the Institute has driven an agenda of ethical professionalism throughout its existence, promoting professional standards for bankers, providing professional qualifications for retail, commercial and private bankers in the UK and overseas, and offering professional membership to qualified individuals. The Institute has also recently become one of a relatively small and select group of professional bodies to be granted End Point Assessment (EPA) status for apprenticeships in England.
The Chartered Banker Institute is supporting the overall costs of the Fellowship and the venue for our closing Demo Day.
Friends Provident Foundation is a grant-making charity that works for a a just and sustainable world where everybody can live meaningful lives, with respect and care for ourselves, each other and the planet.
Its programmes focus on exploring the role of money and financial systems as a force for social good. It aims to encourage thinking that deals with the cause of the problem, transform the use of financial systems so that they offer social as well as economic benefits, alleviating social disharmony and inequality, and pioneer new ways of thinking about how money is used to solve social problems.
Friends Provident Foundation supports the salary costs for our Innovation Programme Manager, as part of their core funding for the Lab.