Multi-Actor Partnerships

Solving broad challenges through partnerships

4 training days | Not residential  | New Delhi, India

Open for Registration

Outline

 

During this 4-day training, you will get profound, interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral knowledge and learn practical tools to design, facilitate and lead MAP processes and bring about transformational change for the common good. 

  • Discover the main phases of MAP and learn about success factors of MAP

  • Apply tools to analyse your stakeholders in-depth

  • Understand complexity and embrace systemic change

  • Apply adaptive and agile management methods

  • Reflect on the human dimension of MAP

 

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For whom

  • Everyone in leading position and young emerging leaders

  • Everyone who leads a team or aspires to become a team leader

 

Fees include training, materials, lunch and coffee

  • International NGOs: € 450 / person

  • National NGOs: € 250 / person

 

Discounts

  • 10% Early bird: 4 weeks before the course starts

  • 10% Group discount: for registration of 2 and more

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Contact: registration@civilsocietyacademy.org​

What people say...

Fareed Bajai

Finance Manager, Welthungerhilfe Afghanistan

“The most interesting part of this training series is that the knowledge of each day reflects on some parts of your daily work. After attending the trainings, I feel much better equipped and confident at work.”

Facilitators

Petra Speier-Werner

Petra’s mission is to be a source of inspiration and love that holds a space for everyone to grow and flow. She has been working in different sectors in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. Being an organizational psychologist, economist and political scientist with a doctorate in change management, her trainings, lectures, and coaching are nurtured with her interdisciplinary approach. 

Joachim Schwarz

Joachim is passionate about social justice and on a mission to support like-minded civil society actors and social entrepreneurs to become more powerful and innovative. Hence, in 2014 he left his NGO career to build the Civil Society Academy. He is an outstanding facilitator and coach with expertise in social innovation, leadership, organisational change and advocacy. After more than 20 years in Africa and Asia, he is now based in Berlin.

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