This first 2-day workshop focuses on:
- Laying the foundations - Building consensus on organisational, managerial, technical and financial sustainability;
- Assessment of readiness through examining organisational and managerial practices;
- Leadership for sustainability;
- Managing Change.
Dates: 27 and 28 October 2014
Venue: Old Mutual Guest House & Conference Centre
No 33 Klaassens Road
Upper Constantia, Cape Town
Times: 8h30 to 4h30
Price: R3 500 per person
All workshop materials, meals and day-time venue costs will be covered.
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Arrangements for the second workshop will be made with participants at the first one.
Participants will be given Case Studies at the workshop which show real life examples of development organisations that have become financially sustainable. These have been written into a workbook which enables organisations to reflect on internal and external factors which strengthen and allow for building sustainability. With the exposure to a range of potential methods and opportunities, organisations are able to consider possible income generating ideas.
|Sharda Naidoo is a senior economic development specialist with more than 25 years of field experience. She has set up and run both an NGO and a public entity. Since starting to address organisational sustainability some 15 years ago, Sharda has been documenting the learning she has gained; and has completed the comprehensive suite of tools and materials outlined above that capture her extensive experience.
She has worked across Africa (South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Nigeria, Mozambique and Malawi) and in Bangladesh and Peru.
Interested organisations and individuals can contact Sharda at firstname.lastname@example.org