We are a collaborative practice of experienced Third Sector Consultants.
- Governance Reviews
- Governance Training for Boards
- Support to Corporate and Senior Management Teams
- Strategic Planning and Performance Reviews and Frameworks
- Service, Programme and Project Design and Implementation
- Service, Programme and Project Evaluations
- Stakeholder Engagement and Community Consultation
- Policy and Advocacy Support
We help organisations to focus on developing robust governance, values-based leadership and effective management.
Communitas Scotland has a robust approach to quality assurance. All our work is quality assured to recognised Scottish, UK and International Standards.
During the last 25 years I have set up 2 charities and 3 successful social enterprises. I have been the CEO of 3 national charities and a trustee and volunteer for many others.
I now work to support Trustees and Leadership teams to land robust governance, inspired leadership and effective management.
What people say about us
“Working with Margaret and the team at Communitas Scotland has been a real joy.Ian Bruce, CEOGlasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector
Really good when consultants just understand what you need and get it done.”
“I worked very closely with Margaret to redesign our services for vulnerable parents at pace. She has a wealth of experience to draw on and just gets what we need.”Jackie Tolland, CEOParent Network Scotland
“Margaret’s method is very thorough yet flexible, her style informal yet professional, her approach direct yet affable. Her honest and balanced assessment has given us valuable insights and key learning points on how to improve the implementation for the next cohort of the project.”Monette O'Hara, Director & CoordinatorTripod: Training for Creative Social Action
“Margaret was able to complete the work to a very high standard within a short timescale. The quality of the work was very high and Margaret’s approach was professional throughout the process. Margaret exceeded our expectations and produced a first class piece of research.”Robert StevensonScottish Recovery Network