「NGO Organizational Health Assessment」Course Series - NGO Organizational Health and Interventions (Session 3)
The concept of organizational health is about the ability of an organizational to align, execute and renew so that sustainable performance could be achieved. Inspired by this organizational health concept, which is originally developed by McKinsey and Company, HKCSS and HKU EXCEL3 collaborated and conducted the 2nd pilot project to modify the model to make it more applicable on NGOs sector with positive feedback. To further promote the concept and application in the NGO sector, a number of initiatives including a free on-line tool and operational guide, training workshops, and knowledge café are prepared to facilitate self-help of individual organizations. A series of training workshops will be held in Mar 2021:
It is a half-day management workshop for the preparation of implementation of a change programme after getting insights on the organizational health situation.
To equip the participants with the sensitivity and know-how on determining the next move and designing the receipt for success.
• Brief recap of the health essentials and management practices in supporting health
• Roadmap in planning, designing and executing an organizational health programme
• Ways to identify and prioritise management practices and behaviours for change
• NGO case sharing
|Course Code||:||20B-OHA-3 (original: 19B-OHA-2)|
|Time||:||1400 - 1800 (4 Hours)|
|Venue||:||Duke of Windsor Social Service Building, 15 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, HK|
|Target Participants||:||Management staff of NGOs who are interested in management change programme|
|Language||:||Cantonese (supplemented with English)|
|HKD 840.00 (For HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|HKD 146.00 ("Small NGO Talent Development Subsidy Programme"- the highest subsidy amount is 80% of the course fee. Please refer to “Financial Assistance”.)|
|Early Bird Fee||:||HKD 730.00 (Payment on or before 02/03/2021 for HKCSS Agency Member Staff Only)|
|Enquiries||:||2876 2470 or [email protected]|
Ms. FANG , Christine 方敏生女士
Governance and Management Excellence (GAME) for Public Benefit
Trained as a social worker and social service administrator, Ms Fang has been fighting poverty and empowering the disadvantaged for more than 30 years. Commencing her formal career as a community worker in Sham Shui Po, where she assisted families in a temporary housing area, she drew both experience and inspiration for what was to become her lifelong work in fighting poverty and empowering the disadvantaged.
Christine joined the Hong Kong Red Cross in 1989, and in 1993 was appointed Secretary-General, involved in raising public awareness of and support for international humanitarian actions. Her mission was to build the capacity of civil society organizations, which she believes are elements vital to the foundations of a “good and sustainable society”. In 2001, Ms Fang was appointed as Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Council of Social Services, where she served from 2001 until retirement in 2013. She was awarded the Bronze Bauhinia Star by the HKSAR Government in 2009 for her meritorious public and community service.
Ms. LAW , Lilian 羅淑君女士
Ms Law was previously the Executive Director of the Boys’ & Girls’ Clubs Association of Hong Kong, which has 75 service units spreading across 17 districts serving 450,000 children, youth and families. BGCA was set up in 1936 with a mission to nurture a happy, healthy and contributing younger generation. With over 30 years of dedicated experiences in social services, Ms Law is well acquainted with both programmes and public policies relating to families, children and youth. She has been appointed members to the Family Council and Sustainable Development Council. In 2006, Ms Law helped set up the first Children Development Indicators in Hong Kong, a comprehensive formal account of information available on status of children.
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