By Jonathan Potter
When ALNAP launched their report on leadership, the conversation turned to risk. I'll add some details of specific interest to senior manager and HR professionals, but want to mention first the agreed next step: for ALNAP to convene meetings with donors and CEOs to see what can be done about two factors which mitigate against leadership (or 'stifles leaders' space' as one speaker put it): risk aversion and compliance.
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What has DFID's response to the Humanitarian Emergency Response Review (HERR) shown us about their commitment to people management and organisational effectiveness? If we assume that DFID retains a leading role in humanitarian action, influencing other donors, then non-UK NGOs should read and take note as well.
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Save the Children UK, in partnership with NOHA and Bioforce, are recruiting 30 European humanitarian volunteers for a training programme with field deployments.
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We are pleased to announce the launch of NGO Global Pay, a companion survey to NGO Local Pay tailored to the needs of the international development community.
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By Mike Johnson
A comprehensive book review of the above title (Author: Peter Lorange, 179 pages: ISBN 978-0-85724-367-6)
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By HHR 2011
With the conference now well under way (9 June 2011) in Nairobi, Kenya, we are happy to share videos of the Opening Address on How to Effectively Build Staff Capacity in the Humanitarian Sector.
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The International Management & Leadership Programme (IMLP) is an intensive 5-day training programme designed to develop strategic, high-performing leaders.
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By Mike Johnson
A comprehensive book review of the above title (Authors: Chris Ernst and Donna Chrobot-Mason, 297 pages, McGraw-Hill: ISBN 978-0-07-163887-6)
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