28 senior officials of 20 organizations successfully completed the four days training workshop jointly organized by The NGO World (INGOLAM) and SESRIC (OIC)
The NGO World (TNW) Pakistan on platform of “Institute of NGO Leadership And Management (INGOLAM) organized a 04 days training workshop “Effective Leadership & Management for Development Organizations” in Islamabad from 2nd May 2017 to 5th May 2017.
The need for this training was identified through TNW’s experience in implementing capacity and networking building programs. The need for organizing a workshop on “Effective Leadership & Management for Development Organizations” was further reinforced when TNW’s coordinator received a very positive response from its partner organizations to attend the training workshop. It also showed that there is a continuing need for capacity building in NGOs throughout Pakistan, even in organizations identified as lead change agents. To fill the leadership & management gaps of NGOs, a four-day residential workshop on “Effective Leadership & Management for Development Organizations” was conducted from 2nd May 2017 to 5th May 2017 at Islamabad. A total of 28 working professionals from 20 different NPOs/CSOs /CBOs benefited from the workshop.
The workshop helped the participants in broadening their horizons and helping them attainsmooth transition to a bigger scale organization. The major focus of the workshop was on leadership roles & strategic planning, managing programs, relationships withstakeholders, team building,resource mobilization & sustainability, support functions and managing human and financial resources, as well asother relevant topics. The workshop enabled NGO’s leaders to learn theiractual role and to improve managerial and structural areas of theirorganization. The purpose of the training workshop was toprovide all participants with practical knowledge, skills, methods and tools that they could applyin the transformation of their own organizations. The training workshop also provided an excellent opportunity to foster networkingbetween participants and exchange of experiences and approaches.
The program gave participants the skills necessary to respond to the complex challenges and opportunities facing their organizations and communities. Designed as an experiential leadership lab, this program provided a stimulating and supportive climate for exploring the pressing issues facing current and future nonprofit leaders.
The training workshop was supported by, The Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC), a subsidiary organ of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).