Building and Developing Institutional performance in Civil Society Organizations Course
Assisting participants to be familiar with the requirements of analysis, evaluation, institutional building and sound corporate rules in accordance with established institutional standards, and identifying the most salient scientific developments of excellence in institutional action as a McKinsey model of institutional action.
Enabling participants to acquire the skills of work analysis and evaluation and to reformulate internal organizational strategies and structures in accordance with the standards of institutional action.
Empowering participants to rebuild and strengthen the Organization’s mental image and to form an effective work groups through experiences, practical applications and modern models in the field of community- based organizations.
Who Should Attend?
Heads and members of boards of directors, boards of Trustees of community organizations, civil society organizations, directors-general, executive directors, departmental directors and heads of sections and branches, those who are rehabilitated and prepared them to take on the aforementioned positions, and those who wish to develop their abilities and skills of leadership in the field of non-governmental organizations.
Modern concepts of Community institutional action
The concept, specifications and characteristics of institutional action.
Types and forms of community-related institutions and civil society organizations.
The relationship and role of community-related institutions in the development of society.
Elements and rules of institutional action.
Institutional building stages and features of each stage.
Institutional work rules in the Mackinsey 7-s model
The common value element that defines the norms and standards system (shared-values).
The element of a clear strategy (Strategy).
Building a solid organizational structure reflecting the strategy and objectives of the institution (Structure).
Pattern and administrative style (style of management).
Internal work regulations, by-laws and instructions (systems).
Characteristics and specifications of the human cadre (Staff).
The training and continuing qualification element (Skills).
Analyzing and evaluating the organizational performance within the organization
The concept of analysis and evaluation of institutional performance.
Analysis of statute and strengths and weaknesses.
Key areas and indicators for assessing institutional performance.
Analyzing and evaluating the handling of media and social networking sites..
Challenges faced by women’s administrative leaders.
Integrating between the role of strategic managerial leadership and operational managerial leadership.
Leading and managing performance and challenges of achieve innovation, effectiveness, efficiency and high productivity.
Reformulation of strategy and organizational structure
Building and reformulating the strategy.
Organizational restructuring in accordance with the objectives and activities of the organizations.
The role of strategies in reorganizing internal activities and functions.
Defining the administrative, financial and technical responsibilities and powers of the internal units.
Communication strategy for various audiences.
Building a public relations team between performance and effectiveness.
Practical experiences in the reformulation and evaluation of internal regulations
Internal organizational manuals, drafting and tools for organizing them.
Preparing the regulation on administrative, financial and technical powers in the organizations.
Assisting in how to formulate performance indicators in institutions.
Building and developing the internal team in accordance with institutional and specialized competencies.
Building a periodic performance appraisal system and employees appraisal system.