Justina Murray of Scottish Families affected by Alcohol and Drugs on the SLP

Mhor Collective

I learned that being a leader means embedding digital, it is not an ‘extra’ or a project. And that as leaders we need to be ‘comfortable in chaos’ and realise that as CEOs this is the new normal.

Being part of the digital leadership cohort gave me amazing peer support from other third sector CEOs, helped me see what was possible and gain the confidence to go for it, and also recognise that it’s OK to take a breath and think about, engage and test out your digital plans with the people who are most affected by them. This inspired our new Digital Families project where we are engaging with family members around their own digital needs, abilities and preferences, to help design and shape our digital offer.

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