Presentation on theme: "Oradea 2010. a) the prevention or relief of poverty; b) the advancement of education; c) the advancement of religion; d) the advancement of health or."— Presentation transcript:
a) the prevention or relief of poverty; b) the advancement of education; c) the advancement of religion; d) the advancement of health or the saving of lives; 2
e) the advancement of citizenship or community development; f) the advancement of the arts, culture, heritage or science; g) the advancement of amateur sport; h) the advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation or the promotion of religious or racial harmony or equality and diversity; 3
i) the advancement of environmental protection or improvement; j) the relief of those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill- health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage; k) the advancement of animal welfare; + Social enterprise 4
Equipment Procedures Square pegs in round holes Extensions on sand
How is the organisation? SWOT Morale? Finance? Product? Resources – people / equipment / fabric (Spiritually)? 9
1. Establish a sense of urgency 2. Create the guiding coalition 3. Develop a vision and strategy 4. Communicate the change vision 5. Empower broad based action 6. Generate short term wins 7. Consolidate goals and produce more change 8. Anchor new approaches in the culture 10
Calling Reason for existence Key values Guiding principles that run through all we do and which are the foundation of our integrity Underpinning Ideology Vision Vivid pictures of the future Strategic Plan – how to get there Structure and governance – the framework which enables us to execute strategy & realise our vision Policies, Process and systems Blending the unchanging with the dynamic – have to change is key in realising vision UnchangingChanging Calling and Vision (evening care centre)
Make goals achievable Importance of steps – Exodus 23:30 Little by little I will drive them out before you, until you have increased enough to take possession of the land. Do your team understand them? 12
Living up to our calling Ephesians 4:1 I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. (NIV) Issues: calling as leaders calling as organisation 13
Ashburnham Place– a Christian Prayer, Conference and Training Centre which exists to: - encourage guests and staff to encounter the living God through the Bible, prayer, fellowship and the beauty of creation - equip guests and staff to make a more passionate and effective impact for Christ on the local area and the world
16 Ashburnham Calling a place of blessing GOD TEAM
17 Good relationships (horizontal and vertical) Culture of encouragement Appropriate discipline Rewards Work / life
18 Ashburnham Calling a place of blessing GOD TEAMCUSTOMERS
19 We exist for them They define our calling Customer service Servant hearted Quality and comfort
20 Audit (Organisation) Risk assessment Appraisal (Individuals) Accountability Reminder / reinforcement Evaluation – i.e. SWOT Remember the sandy extensions!
Be inspired Be half full / not half empty Recession issues
You are either: 1. Working in an NGO 2. A possible investor in an NGO
Invest Time Invest Money How do they measure return? In terms of Finance? In terms of Product or Service?
24 What are the issues in dealing with finance in a not for profit organisation? 1. Income generation 2. Expenditure control 3. Cashflow 4. Stakeholder expectation – Trustees / staff / investors / clients / suppliers / wider community
25 Who has an interest in your finances? Need for transparency and integrity Reporting issues – who knows what? Sensitivity – salaries, surpluses, donations
27 Budgeting What is the vision – [ie 10% surplus for capital projects (loan repayment / investment)] Departments Periods / seasonality Spent / left to spend Comparison Who controls and how? Authorisation / ownership
28 How much in reserves? Danger of approved projects all happening too early in financial year Place of an opportunity Budget – if we have the resources! No point in balancing over a year if the organisation runs out of money because of weaker months.
Dame Stephanie Shirley PM advisor on Philanthropy Fundraising follows awareness – leads to big questions Do trustees give to charity? Efficiency and effectiveness Impact questions Sustainability
NGOs need to look for: Who do you know? Watch those who have come into money – inheritance, lottery,, sale of company Big donors do not give as general practice Opportunity to Commemorate Meaningful links Mutual benefit – love not detachment. Places of interest and connection
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