Have you ever wondered what happens after a project activity ends? Although we are always deeply committed to local ownership and sustainability, we rarely have the opportunity to do long term follow up or reflection. I have recently had the extraordinary opportunity to discover for myself the long term impact of the Leadership Development Program (LDP) in Nepal. To sum it up in one word: WOW!
Strategic management and leadership workshop organized by the USAID|MIKOLO in Madagascar empowers local NGOs to manage better, lead better, serve better and govern themselves better. One step at a time, one small victory at a time that leads to others; each new victory building confidence, skills, self-reliance and optimism.
The purpose of CEEME is to explore together the leadership and organizational factors that promote the collection, reporting, analysis, and use of health system data, and to provide you with hands-on, practical thoughts on how you can make a difference in how you and your teams interact within your organization, how you demonstrate leadership for M&E, and how you overcome the organizational obstacles that stand in the way of implementing best practices and your own policies and procedures.
We’ll focus on: how do we know if Knowledge Management projects, activities, and tools are effective at supporting global health and development efforts?
A leader in M&E needs to know what his or her values are because the leader’s values affect the entire team. What are your three most important values?
There is the other side of being a leader in M&E. We can call it the relational side which includes what many call “soft” skills .
This VLDP is focused on strengthening individual and team leadership and management practices. The deadline for applications is August 22, 2014.
Responding to community comments, we begin looking at organizational/leadership solutions to convert dis-abling M&E environments into en-abling environments. Please join the conversation.
When we talk about creating an “enabling” environment, this necessarily means that there is such a thing as a “dis-abling” environment. What are the characteristics or features of such an environment?
The new Govern4Health app demystifies health governance by providing practical tasks and activities for its users