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You Cantabrians are so Resilient! What is resilience? (or what its not!)
Organisational Resilience What is it that makes some organisations able to not only survive, but also to thrive in the face of adversity? “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” Aristotle
What does resilience have to do with Tertiary Engagement? 1. Sharing knowledge as a way of engagement 2.Enabling NGOs to be more adaptive and change ready
Sharing Knowledge One type of Tertiary Engagement
Why work on your organisations resilience? Because it will help you increase engagement. HOW? Enable you to better react and adapt to changing circumstances
Why – what has changed? Pressure from funding providers Increasing demand Funding Demand Increasing use of technology ‘Traditional’ model of volunteering under pressure
Volunteers Needs One Students View: Flexibility To be valued for their skills – to feel they are really adding value To engage using technology
Organisational Resilience Resilience The ability to survive a crisis and thrive in a world of uncertainty Leadership & Culture Networks Change Ready Leadership Staff Engagement Decision Making Innovation & Creativity Situation Awareness Breaking Silos Effective Partnerships Leveraging Knowledge Internal Resources Proactive Posture Unity of Purpose Planning Strategies Stress Testing Plans
What do we do Make the timeLead from the frontEngage your staffBecome change readyFind Support
What do we do? OR
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