NGO Collaboration Dialogue: Casting Vision for the NPO Sector

SANGONeT, Charisma Consulting, GIBS, Muthobi Trust, CAFSA, GivenGain

Charisma Consulting, in partnership with GivenGain, SANGONeT, CAF Southern Africa, Gordon Institute of Business Science and Muthobi Trust, is hosting an NPO Collaboration Dialogue under the theme ‘Casting Vision for the NPO sector’ on 26 September 2014 in Johannesburg. 

One of the criteria for successful nonprofit organisation (NPO) leadership is the ability to see ahead - to plan where your organisation needs to be in five years’ time, and map how to get there. Research shows that organisations that are fundraising for the future and not the now, are more likely to be successful.

Join us in upcoming session when we take a look into the future, by understanding where South Africa is planning to be as well as Gauteng province.

Panellists include:

Nalini Naicker - Gauteng Planning Commission
Speaking on the state of the province address and Gauteng’s focus for the next five years. Naicker will provide an outline of national and provincial goals and priorities and the role of NPOs in this picture.

Sandisiwe Vilakazi - National Planning Commission
Speaking on the National Development Plan and how the NPO sector can align.

This is an opportunity to look ahead, see where the province will be, and inform decisions on where you want your nonprofit to be.

The session will be led by futures strategist Marius Oosthuizen.

Date: 26 September 2014
Time: 9h00 - 12h30
Cost: R100, includes light lunch.
Venue: GIBS campus, 26 Melville road, Illovo Sandton.

Click here to register. Seats are limited so please book early.

Brought to you by the following organisations, interested in fostering collaboration:
 

Event Start Date: 
Friday, 26 September, 2014
Event Venue: 
GIBS campus, 26 Melville road, Illovo Sandton.
Location: 
Sandton

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