Tag: leadership

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How not to run an international organisation: the perfect case study

By Rod MacLeod. In recent years, large international NGOs have been much exercised with how best to organise themselves as […]

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Leading by example? Why leadership buy-in is crucial to NGO exit strategies

By Sarah Lewis and Rachel Hayman. NGOs have not been good at designing or implementing exit strategies, and have been notoriously […]

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Thinking about consortia? Answer five simple questions first

By Rick James. Consortia, networks and coalitions are all the rage nowadays. The good news is that we are finally […]

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The human side of the exit strategy: staff care and personnel management

By Rachel Hayman. “Who signs the last leaving card?” A jocular question during an otherwise serious discussion at the January […]

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Donetsk, Charlie Hebdo, Fergana Valley… and civil society

By Charles Buxton. At INTRAC’s November 2014 conference on civil society sustainability, I began my presentation with the deterioration in […]

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Sustainability: Why Leadership Matters

By Rod Macleod, INTRAC Principal Consultant. ‘What will happen when you leave?’, I once asked the charismatic founder leader of […]

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Civil society sustainability: Stepping up to the challenge

By Rachel Hayman. Welcome to the first contribution to a new INTRAC blog series on civil society sustainability. Over the […]

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Making it personal

By Rick James. According to research by Harvard University[1], 85 per cent of the reason people get a job, keep […]

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It’s (almost) all about leadership

By Rick James. When I first started out as a consultant more than 20 years ago, I was often asked […]

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Creating Space to Lead: A Guide for Small and Diaspora NGOs

Leadership may sound impressive, but it is immensely difficult. While many of us know what we should do as leaders, […]

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Global changes and civil society. Background paper for ‘Civil society at a new frontier’ conference

This short paper explores the challenges confronting civil society at a time of unprecedented and widely underestimated global change.

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Praxis Note 59. Leadership, gender and youth: Reviewing the old and experimenting with the new

Gender had long been a priority in INTRAC’s programme to strengthen NGOs supporting self-help movements in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. […]

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