Scaling Your NGO’s Impact: A Workshop for NGO Executive Teams

All day
Through November 16, 2018
The Hong Kong Jockey Club University of Chicago Academic Complex | The University of Chicago Francis and Rose Yuen Campus in Hong Kong
168 Victoria Road, Mount Davis, Hong Kong
Cost: HKD 1,900, per executive team

Nov. 12

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Programme on Social Innovation — 

Scaling Your NGO’s Impact: A Workshop for NGO Executive Teams 

Building an NGO for ‘scale’ can take many paths, from growing an organization’s direct activities to engaging in training, advocacy, or other systems-change initiatives. Exponentially increasing your impact requires building a path to scale that is right for your organization and your target social issue.

On November 12–16, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Programme on Social Innovation will host a strategy and leadership workshop designed to help NGO executive teams operate effectively and move toward scale in their organizations. The workshop features a mix of lectures on leadership and strategy, executive team coaching, interactive case studies, and a collaborative hands-on experience. Attendees will leave with the frameworks, skills, and networks necessary to maximize the impact of their organizations.

Who Should Attend

The program is intended for NGO executive teams; all members of the executive team must attend each session. The ideal candidates will have led their organizations for a few years and have an interest in taking steps toward growth with a clear, intended impact within their organizations.

Throughout the course, participants will:

• Receive executive team leadership coaching;

• Define the executive team’s roles and responsibilities;

• Develop strategic clarity and tools to measure their organization’s strategic priorities;

• Map current impact gaps to redefine the organizations’ challenges; and

• Identify opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.

• Benefit from the workshop’s limited number of participants, which allows for personalized guidance from course lecturers

Course Lecturers

Course lectures will be delivered by

• Kate Attea, founder and managing partner of Aim & Arrow, faculty coach at Chicago Booth, and facilitator and coach at The Bridgespan Group;

• Christina Hachikian, executive director of the Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation at Chicago Booth and adjunct associate professor at Chicago Booth; and

• Daniela Papi-Thornton, lecturer at Yale University, consultant through, and cofounder of Learning Service.

Apply Now

Cost: HKD 1,900, per executive team

Please CLICK HERE to apply by Friday, November 2. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.