Revolutionise our long-term partnership approach
We’ll fundamentally change the way we work with our long-term partners, collaborating more closely than ever before, and with a laser focus on tackling inequalities.
These partners all have a major role to play in implementing Uniting the Movement’s vision, including national governing bodies of sport and the network of Active Partnerships who work in every part of the country, but also organisations with specialist knowledge, such as working with specific audiences, the workforce, or safeguarding.
These relationships are vital to the success of our strategy over the next decade, so we know how important it is that they’re built on firm foundations and with collaboration and co-creation at their heart as we work towards achieving our shared strategic ambition.
We’ll also look to build new long-term strategic partnerships with other organisations and networks that can help us to meet people where they’re at.
Over the next three years, we’ll work with these partners to maximise their collective resources and capabilities, supporting them to adapt and realise their true potential in tackling inequalities.
This will involve identifying common goals, collective capacity and expertise across our partners, creating an environment for shared working, learning and problem solving.
We want to design the support we give each partner based on their needs and aspirations while helping to encourage new thinking – this isn’t a one size fits all approach, and we know we’ll need to adapt our own approach based on what is and isn’t working.
This means evolving our organisational structure and transforming the way we work so that we can truly meet the aspirations of this new approach with our partners, reflecting our values and the guiding principles of our strategy.