Private and non-profit sectors: two sectors with different views. Some of the actors in the private see NGOs as amateur and unprofessional and most NGOs see the private sector as their potential enemy.
In this economical, climate and humanitarian challenging time, the three sectors need to work together. To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, all sectors have a role to play. Private companies are becoming the most important donors for NGOs and either through corporate social responsibility programmes or with new kinds of social and environmental investments. NGOs and companies are partnering to develop solutions to current humanitarian and development issues.
From an individual perspective, it is possible to make a career transition from one sector to the other. For instance working for bank and then for Amnesty International, or vice versa, which 10 years ago was unthinkable.
In this changing context, NGO Management Association and the Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences conceived a new training offer intended for the three sectors. This will enable participants to broaden their perspectives about the other sectors and facilitate future collaborations.
Don’t miss this opportunity to network and share your perspectives.
A series of 5-day training workshops are offered in Europe and Middle-East in 2016-2017:
- Power Tools for Senior Leaders in Barcelona
- Finance for Non-Financial Managers in Dubai
- Training of Trainers (in Arabic and English)
- Coaching and Facilitation Skills