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International Workshop on Ethics, Motivation and Compensation Management, 29th -31st May 2018, Nairobi, Kenya
29 May @ 08:00 - 31 May @ 17:00
Asset Africa Institute, (www.assetafrica.co.ke), is pleased to announce the following workshop set to take place in May 2018, in Nairobi, Kenya.
Workshop Name: International Workshop on Ethics, Motivation and Compensation Management
Date: 29th -31st May 2018
Venue: Nairobi, Kenya
Cost: USD 795
Need for the Seminar
NGOs play a crucial role in enhancing community access to critical services: provision of health services in hard to reach and marginalized areas, food security and nutrition, education, access to justice, civic awareness, provision of water, human rights awareness among others. Nonetheless, unethical behavior remains a persistent problem in many nonprofits-large and small and results in eroded public confidence in NGO leadership and performance.
It should also be worthy of note that one of the greatest challenges facing policy makers, top management, HR managers and program implementation is high staff turnover among NGO staff. A large majority of staff and professionals in the NGO sector work for long hours in harsh, insecure, hard to reach environments and sometimes with low/inadequate remuneration resulting in severe stress and demonization.
This high level, powerful 3 day seminar takes participants though complex issues specific to NGOs: Ethics in NGOs, the need to motivate staff and remunerate them appropriately in order for increase staff retention rate, improve productivity levels.
The forum provides excellent opportunities for you to hear and learn how other NGOs address issues of ethics, the strategies they apply to motivate their employees and how they navigate through the really difficult issue of staff remuneration. Additionally, sharing ideas with peers from diverse cultural, educational and environmental backgrounds will help you identify what you are doing right, what you need to change or stop doing altogether and what you need to start implementing and deliver intervention programs to the satisfaction of your beneficiaries and funders.
Complete Course Content & Agenda Available on Request
Dynamic, creative, participant centered, practical, interactive, interesting adult learning methodologies-including facilitated discussions, small group interactive exercises, large group discussions, role plays, plenary presentations, examples from organizations and drawing upon participants’ own experience- and diverse media are applied to lift the participants to high levels of proficiency.
Who Should Attend: Board Members, Executive Directors, Finance Managers & Officers, Program Managers, Project Officers, HR Managers &Officers, Planning and Budgeting Officers, Heads of Institutions, Heads of Large Departments, Senior Administrators and Grant Makers
About the Organization
Asset Africa Institute (www.assetafrica.co.ke) -AAI- specializes in the research, design and delivery of high quality and affordable training programs for development workers worldwide. Over the years, AAI has provided consultancies and training to such reputable organizations as: Federal University, Birnin Kebbi-Nigeria, Norwegian Church Aid-Zambia, ACOMIN-Nigeria, Salvation Army-Tanzania, Love Botswana Outreach Mission, Islamic Relief-Somalia, Cornerstone Development-Uganda, IOM-South Sudan, DCA-Ethiopia, Africa Rice Center -Benin, Rwanda Union of the Blind, Sasakawa Africa Association-Ethiopia, Harare Institute of Technology-Zimbabwe, CARE-International-Mali, Mazommo Construction Company-Liberia, CARE-International-Niger, UNDP-Somalia, HEAL Africa-DRC, Diakonia, NGO Safety-Somalia,County Government of Siaya-Kenya, Oxfam GB-Yemen, Generations for Peace-Jordan, CBR Africa Network-Uganda, Victoria Finance PLC-Tanzania, PSI-Benin among, WASH Alliance Hellen Keller International-Mali, ADRA Niger, others.
For more information kindly contact:
Asset Africa Institute,
Trust Mansion Hse,
Tubman Road off Koinange Street
P.O. Box 12903 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya
Phone: +254 -722 469454/720986965,