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  • 1. LEADERSHIP STRATEGIES LEARN STRATEGIES TO MAINTAIN FOCUS TEACHING TOOL IN WOMEN RIGHTS PROGRAMS US SPONSOR – AUGUST 2005 REPORTED BY YOUSSER HEGAZI D/P
  • 2. LEADERSHIP PRACTICES INVENTORY • Educating & exposing effective leaders to news situations • Living in changing societies • Enabling others to act • Modeling the way • Taking people together & giving them similarity among people
  • 3. FUND RAISING STRATEGIES • Developing missions statements • Issues to ensure continuous success • Sharing information on web sites • Assess skills needs • Defend goals arguments (social issues & methods) • Creating & working with an effective board
  • 4. ADVOCACY & MANAGEMENT • Grassroots direct lobbying • Working closely with Media, Policy Makers & Government • NGOS act level • Working in coalitions • Communication level • Social issues : equality & freedom
  • 5. PLANNING ATRANSITION PROGRAM • Emergency schedule & long term schedule and fund raising • Assess board members / staff members • Developing academic training & research • Managing databases
  • 6. ADVOCACY & LOBBYING STRATEGIES • Taxation policy (transforming low income communities) • Sustaining volunteers & giving them responsibility • Serving public responds • Corporate social responsibility
  • 7. TECHNOLOGY, CONCEPTUALIZATION & DEVELOPMENT • Role of technology for helping communities (surveys, education, environment) • Promoting wider dissemination of information & data through the use of technology • How technology connect policy & research closely to the community
  • 8. PROBLEM STATEMENT • GOAL • Participating women achieve economic self-sufficiency
  • 9. RATIONALES • Success in moving in to higher paying jobs and achieving economic self-sufficiency is closely related to the availability of opportunities for training and education • The likelihood of getting and retaining a job is increased when support services are available
  • 10. ASSUMPTIONS • There are living wage jobs available to local women • Thirty participants can be served in the first program year • RESSOURCES • Human resources,1 • Part time teacher, 2 • Job placement counselors • Space ; office & meeting space, training space • Materials/other ; office supplies, grant funds • Technology ; printer/copier, 2 computers
  • 11. ACTIVITY GROUPS • Outreach and selection • Training • Job placement services • On the job support services
  • 12. OUTPUTS • Flyer developed • Flyer disseminated to 20 communities agencies • 10 meetings held with community agency staff • 30 participants selected
  • 13. CURRICULUM • Developed / revised • 2 training sessions • 30 participants completing courses
  • 14. JOB BANK MAINTAINED • 10 meeting with local employers • 30 participants receiving job placement assistance (interviews and resume writing) • 30 participants receiving 3 on the job visits • Number of meetings with employers
  • 15. LOGIC MODEL DIAGRAM : WOMENAT WORK • LONG TERM OUTCOMES • Participants are able to manage their money • Participants stay employed for at least a year • Participants move in to the higher paying jobs • Participants take steps to increase their income/improve their marketability • Increased self-esteem among participants
  • 16. INTERMEDIATE-TERM OUTCOMES • Community agency staff make appropriate referrals to the program • Participants quality for available jobs • Participants institute money management practices • Participants obtain full-time, paid employment • Participants, with the help of program staff, are able to manage workplace issues
  • 17. SHORT-TERM OUTCOMES • Community agency staff have increased knowledge about the program • Participants have improved knowledge about the program • Participants have improved job seeking skills • Participants, begin their jobs feeling supported • Participants learn job seeking skills • Participants successfully apply for positions • Participants learn money management strategies • Participants go on job interviews • More employers are willing to consider program participants for jobs
  • 18. LOGIC MODEL • PROGRA GOALS : • Overall aims or intended impacts
  • 19. RESOURCES • The resources dedicated to or consumed by the program • ACTIVITIES • The actions that the program takes to achieve desired outcomes • OUTPUTS • The tangible, direct results of a program’s activities • OUTCOMES • The benefits to clients, communities, systems, or organizations • EXTERNAL FACTORS : what else affects the program
  • 20. CONTINUOUS LEARNING CYCLE LOGIC MODEL DATA COLLECTION ANALYSIS, REFLECTION & IMPROVEMENT EVALUATION PLANNING
  • 21. PUTTING YOUR PLANS TOGETHER • LOGIC MODEL • Resources – Activities – Outputs – Outcomes EVALUATION PLAN DATA COLLECTION Method Effort Activities – Outputs- Outcomes
  • 22. WORK SHEET 1 FEEL THE VISION, MISSIONAND GOALS 1. What we want to be ?, 2. what kind of organization ? 3. How inspiring a shared vision ? (information appeared in the Mission Statement) 4. Public needs (services offered) 5. Developing Mission (sustainability)
  • 23. WORKSHEET 2- WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF THE STATE MISSION ? • To help an organization do a better job • To focus its energy • To ensure that members are working toward the same goals
  • 24. WHAT AN ORGANIZATION IS ? • It’s involving • preparing the best way • to respond to a future • & developing an approach • It’s a discipline
  • 25. WORKSHEET 3 WHAT IS OUR MISSION? • Management goals & objectives • Strategic thinking • Are we doing the right line • Definite purpose • Formulation of future • Mission competitive strategies
  • 26. WORKSHEET 4 – BASIC STEPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIC PLANNING • Getting ready • Articulating mission and vision • Assessing the situation • Developing strategies goals and objectives • Completing the right planning
  • 27. EXERCICE : THEN CREATE A METAPHOR • Metaphor • Draw picture of success • Organization is like ………………….. • Group share pictures of success • Discuss what they mean and hope for the beneficiaries • Look for areas of agreement & ideas that emerge • Do not write the vision
  • 28. • Ask one or two people to try to drafting a vision based on the discussion • Bring back to group • Revise draft, revise until all members can agree
  • 29. WORKSHEETA – NGO MANAGEMENT – WORK GROUP – SOCIAL ISSUES • Equality and freedom • Design organization System Structure • MISSION Politics & Management in one hand The action will contribute to ………..
  • 30. WORKSHEET B – WORK GROUP Strategy stakeholders trends of external world vision long term desires Mission values – holes Goal narrow Achieving / measurable / time out arguments to defend their policy broad
  • 31. Calling Bring people Plan (linking problem Together to solution) social issues Analysis components women rights equality Narrow Methods poor education (solution problem) Peer to peer
  • 32. WORKSHEET C – WORK GROUP - Environment Political change Social Mobilization Low level of New regime which Freedom Education Combat corruption & Human Rights Cultural Belief promote democracy 2. Forms of Advocacy Mass media Direct political lobbying Community mobilization Empowerment 3. Five recommended steps Complete data Coordinated action Specific goals Local and global coordination action Public appeal

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