Make a Change
Civil society has become a major force in bringing about social change and creating a positive impact. The civil society serves as a watchdog, an advocate for the excluded, a service provider and capacity builder for citizens, and even as an incubator for new ideas and innovations. Especially during this challenging times, civil society can use key insights and lessons learned from Covid-19 to embrace new opportunities and overcome challenges such as hunger, poverty, social injustice, and climate change. However, the pace of change and the influence of civil society highly depends on the capacity of Civil Society Organisations and their leadership. Therefore, exceptional leadership is ultimately the key to the success of an organization as well as social change. Some civil society leaders are good, while far fewer are truly exceptional. This course helps you explore what exceptional leaders do to make a difference.
This intensive course will include 3 modules that run over 3 months:
The new dates will be announced soon!
Each module will have 8 online sessions spread over 4 days in a row. Each day includes two sessions. One session is of 1 hour and 30 minutes duration.
Leaders of Civil Society Organizations
Senior and Team Leaders of Civil Society Organizations
EUR 1850/ person (plus VAT for EU residence)
*Special Discounts for groups and CSA alumni
15% group discount: 4 or more registrations from one organization
10% individual discount: For CSA alumni
What you'll learn
Reflection on your leadership skills and attitudes – your organisational leadership, team leadership, and self-leadership
Address important leadership challenges, i.e. improve your communication skills, enhance your team and organisational performance, or redefine key strategies and processes.
Explore with the powerful tools to navigate you, your team and your organisation during the current challenging times
“It was a brilliant opportunity, and I reflected and learned a lot during the course. It includes the balance of the international and external situations and coherence between the mandate and field practices. As a result, it contributed to the shift of Save Cambodia’s Wildlife towards developing its “Social Entrepreneurship Strategy” and a sustainable role in contributing to the protection of forest and wildlife habitat in Cambodia.”
Executive Director, Save Cambodia's Wildlife