NGO seminars & workshops

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NGO seminars and workshops

A seminar is normally between 60 and 90 minutes long, depending on the chosen topic. Less than 60 minutes can be done but might not do the topic justice. A full day workshop will allow enough time to cover the chosen topic in more detail and ensure the practical application thereof.
Why do some NGOs thrive, and others starve?
Are you making the best of running your NGO or do you blame the economy for not surviving? This seminar will focus on the reasons why some welfare organisations are expanding their services while others are barely keeping their doors open. We will focus on
  • Working IN the organisation versus ON the organisation
  • The importance of fundraising and marketing
  • The fine balance between being a 'social worker' and a 'dictator'
  • How to run your welfare organisation like a business, and much more!

Leadership is not a title or a position.
For any organisation to run smoothly, you need leaders on every level. This subject is about empowering staff members to accept responsibly and ownership of the role they play in the organisation, regardless of where they slot into the hierarchy.
Staff - the best or worst part of your organisation?
This seminar is aimed at any individual that has staff members reporting to him/her. Managing staff is the most crucial skill that managers need to be empowered with. The practical applications that we discuss will guarantee the growth of managers to managing their staff more effectively.
“If your staff members are not performing to the best of their ability, the problem lies with the people managing them”
Time management is an illusion!
Without self-mastery, time management is an illusion. The purpose of this session is to look at the psychology of time and the importance of self-mastery. We will look at the importance of 'slow thinking' and the effect that it has on our 'fast thinking'. The seminar will end with some practical applications that the audience can implement.
“How you THINK about time will determine how you USE time”
Excuses. . . Fear. . . and a few other nasty words.
It is easy to fall into the habit of excuses. The result of this is feelings of guilt and ineffectiveness on a personal and professional level. The aim of this seminar is to make the audience aware of these habits. We also address the fact that fear is the symptom of something else that is wrong. It is a practical presentation which will leave your staff with more insight and understanding of themselves.
Rituals and Habits will either make us or break us!
We all have habits, so it might as well be good ones! This seminar touches on personal as well as organisational habits. We also look at 5 daily rituals that will guarantee your growth as a person and employee. Without self-mastery, time management is an illusion. The purpose of this session is to look at the psychology of time and the importance of self-mastery. We will look at the importance of 'slow thinking' and the effect that it has on our 'fast thinking'. The seminar will end with some practical applications that the audience can implement.
“We create our habits and then our habits creates us”
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